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Kitchen Sink

Nicole Mascolo, a Brigham and Women’s pharmacist, offered this insight: “There wasn’t always someone there to double check the kits after technicians had restocked them so time management and safety were the key reasons to automate this process.”

Even with a manual double check by pharmacists and technicians, field data show manually restocked pharmacy kits typically have a 5 – 35% stocking error rate. That means at least 5% of the time, two professionals make the same mistake for the same kit. Manually restocking pharmacy kits is a tedious, mind-numbing task that leads to human error.

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Matt McAluney

Chief Revenue Officer

Matt brings over 25 years experience in commerical technology where he’s led sales and marketing teams and tranformed GTM execution for companies like Elemica, ID Analytics (now Lexis Nexis) and Equifax. Matt graduated from Loyola University in Maryland with a BBA in Finance and Emory University’s Goizeuta Business School (MBA).

Vinnie Zacchia

VP of Sales
Vinnie is passionate about patient safety and the prospect of providing better analytics. Proud to be part of a great team that focuses on protecting human life and providing a level of service that puts the customer first.

Wayne Chan

VP of Legal

Wayne serves as VP of Legal at Bluesight, Inc. He is a healthcare attorney that has served in both private practice and in-house counsel roles for over 14 years, with over 9 of those years serving as General Counsel.

Jason Vander Meer

Chief Product Officer

Jason has served in product leadership roles in various industries the last 20 years with a key focus on building, refining, and successfully implementing GTM strategies as part of M&A integrations, product consolidations, and new product launches.

With a core focus on customer satisfaction, driving growth, and efficiency, Jason has helped companies from wide range of industries grow and achieve success, from finance at SS&C Eze, legal at Litera, now CPO at Bluesight.

Amy Schartner

VP People

Amy is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) with over 20 years of broad-based senior-level experience in Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, and Development. Amy has developed extensive human resources experience, with a focus on strategy, policy, and process. She has established a reputation for building strong, trusted relationships and an ability to align business, workforce, and human resource strategies.

Vijay Venkatesh

Chief Technology Officer

Vijay was previously Chief Technology Officer at MakeSpace where he led production and engineering teams, growing the business from four markets to 31 markets in the span of a year. Before MakeSpace, he spent much of his career working as a Chief Technology Officer for companies including Emissary, Amplify, and Pearson Education. He looks forward to executing a multi-year technology strategy to scale and guide the company into the future, through enhancements in artificial intelligence, data analytics, and architecture and design.

Tim Kress-Spatz

Co-Founder

Tim Kress-Spatz is Co-founder of Bluesight (formerly Kit Check) and was named to Rock Health’s Top 50 in Digital Health in 2014. He has been programming since the age of 9 and started his professional career on Wall Street building highly-scalable consumer and enterprise websites and trading systems. He continued his career focusing on the digital needs of the world’s largest consumer brands. Tim led the architecture design and system development for Bluesight’s hospital pharmacy kit processing solution. His experience in consumer technology shapes his focus on bringing friendly software to the hospital pharmacy that is easy to install, easy to use and delivers measurable benefits. Tim is a graduate of Villanova University with a degree in computer science.

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Nick Petersen

VP of Business Development

Nick helps generic drug companies, 503B syringe compounders and tech companies in the pharmaceutical industry ready their products and equipment for the next generation of medication tracking. He spends his days making sure the drugs Bluesights’s customers need are available in a pre-tagged format, and that manufacturers can better understand how their products are used, so that the future of hospital pharmacy is better than the present. Prior to his position in corporate development, Nick ran the Customer Success organization for Bluesight. Before Bluesight, he was a project and product manager at Epic Systems, specializing in specialist practices, anesthesia and surgery management systems.

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Jacki McLain

Vice President of Sales

Jacki brings 14 years of experience selling SaaS solutions and collaborating with customers to become more efficient and ultimately safer for patients through the use of technology. Jacki joined Kit Check in 2013 and is responsible for the Western United States, including many of Kit Check’s major IDN partners. As the Vice President of Sales and Account Management, her team is responsible for new sales, account retention and optimizing value for our customers.

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Kevin MacDonald

Co-Founder and CEO

Kevin MacDonald has worked with Internet of Things (IoT), RFID and cloud software technologies for more than 15 years and has been recognized for numerous industry awards including being named Top 50 in Digital Health by Rock Health and as a finalist for EY Entrepreneur of the Year in the DC region in 2015. He is also named as an inventor on six patents related to IoT usage in healthcare.

Kevin co-founded Bluesight (formerly Kit Check) in 2011 as its CEO and bootstrapped the company through its first 16 hospital customers. Along with his co-founder, Kevin subsequently raised $22 million in venture funding and led the company’s rapid growth to over 250 hospitals that have automated tracking and management for more than 11 million medications. Bluesight represents the fastest known growth rate for pharmacy technology adoption and has been recognized as a UHC Start-up Challenge Finalist, a Health IT Start-up to Watch by Becker’s, a Technology Breakthrough Product by Premier, and the Hottest Start-up in Washington, DC. Kevin is seen as an innovator for bringing both IoT and cloud technologies to the hospital pharmacy for the first time.

Prior to Bluesight, Kevin served in executive and technical roles at Sun Microsystems and ODIN Technologies working with companies ranging from Smith; Nephew and Johnson & Johnson to Pfizer, BMS, Fidelity and Airbus. Kevin is an accomplished Karaoke singer and a graduate of 2016 NCAA Basketball Champion Villanova University where he earned a degree in computer science.

Makes my job so much easier! I have worked in a hospital without Kit Check before, and it required a [full-time] technician to manually refill all the trays/boxes! To me, Kit Check is worth the expense, especially for the unusual amount of boxes this hospital’s pharmacy has.

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Makes my job so much easier! I have worked in a hospital without Kit Check before, and it required a [full-time] technician to manually refill all the trays/boxes! To me, Kit Check is worth the expense, especially for the unusual amount of boxes this hospital’s pharmacy has.

Britney P., Pharmacy Technician

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