Fully Automate 50% (or more) of Total Orders - Pharmacies dispensing 150 up to 1,000 Rx / day routinely find the KL100 manages more than 50% of their daily prescriptions. By automating 100 medications, there are no "slow mover" medications to expire in the unit before they are dispensed, and stocking is not prohibitively expensive.
- Free Up 5-10 Hours / Week - The KL100 automatically handles more than half of orders; your pharmacy staff is freed up to concentrate on important priorities like customer service, Star ratings, MTM.
- FillSafeTM: Peace of Mind During Refilling - FillSafeTM security system prevents filling from a cassette whose refill or return-to-stock was not authorized by a pharmacist. Drug and medication cassettes are automatically deactivated when removed.
- Compact - Less than 5’ deep and 2.5’ wide, the KL100 requires very little or no remodeling.
- Industry-Best Speed and Accuracy - Orders are labeled, counted and presented in about 30 seconds.
- User-friendly, Easy Maintenance - Intuitive software guides the technician through the simple Rx / drug filling and medication replenishment process.
- Data Safety - The only pharmacy automation company that is ISO 27001:2013 certified, meeting the highest standards for cyber-security and HIPAA compliance.
Kirby Lester’s KL100 brings a higher level of efficiency and safety to busy retail and outpatient pharmacies. Fully 50% (or more) of your total daily prescriptions can be automated from this streamlined high-speed pharmacy robot that's less than 5 feet deep. The KL100 easily fits into an existing floor plan without costly renovation. With the KL100 managing the majority of your prescriptions and drug counting (your top 100 tablets or capsules), your staff can then focus on important initiatives that drive your pharmacy forward. If you ever worried that your pharmacy was “too small” for full automation, take a tour of the KL100. You don't need an oversized, overpriced pharmacy robot to manage the majority of your daily prescriptions quickly, safely and accurately.
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