Patient Safety,
Quality Assurance.

Your partner in patient safety since 1996

Providing healthcare facilities with simple and
easy-to-use barcode solutions.

RxScan Company Culture

RxScan is a privately held corporation, established by a pharmacist whose primary goal was to bring barcode scanning technology to the pharmacy profession. The company offers products that improve medication handling in pharmacy environments and create sustainable change. RxScan’s solutions save lives every day while also providing pharmacy staff with peace of mind.

Our Services

RxScan remains committed to providing the most innovative products for your medication preparation and distribution. Our goal is to provide the most up-to-date technology with a simple user interface at an affordable price. RxScan has the ability to develop customized solutions to fit almost any client’s need.

Customization Services

We manage projects of all sizes, ranging from weeks or months to long-term projects that require a year or more to complete. We can handle all facets of the design, development, configuration, training and implementation of the project solutions. Our goal is to continually increase the efficiency, productivity, safety and profitability of our clients through the use of barcode scanning, technology adoption, automation and information.

Our Mission

As part of our commitment to excellence, we give every client genuine customer service and reliable tech support. Having been in business for over 15 years, we continue to operate on two fundamental principles:

  • Provide patient safety and quality assurance for medication preparation and distribution
  • Deliver accurate, efficient, and affordable solutions

RxScan Culture At a Glance
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Contact Us Today

We are always happy to assist you or answer any questions.

(800) 572-2648


“Since using NDC Translator, we have noticed a large improvement in the standardization of NDC codes in our current bedside solution. We also use RoboCheck to improve the efficiency of checking and to reduce errors in items being dispensed to the floor.”

Community Hospital

TJ Samson

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