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GS1 Standards in Healthcare Nicolas Stuyckens GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg
© 2010 GS1 Agenda 1. Do you know us? 2. GS1 products portfolio: identification keys and data carriers 3.Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain 4.GS1 Global & Local User Groups 5.Global Traceability 6.Conclusion 2
© 2010 GS1 Do you know us? (01) (17)100825(10)
© 2010 GS1 … so that they can serve the consumer faster, better and at lower cost We help companies to collaborate better…
© 2010 GS1 We do this with a complete package of innovating concepts, standards and supporting services.
© 2010 GS1 Key-message Connecting business, creating value In 109 countries worldwide 6
© 2010 GS1 Agenda 1. Do you know us? 2. GS1 products portfolio: identification keys and data carriers 3.Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain 4.GS1 Global & Local User Groups 5.Global Traceability 6.Conclusion 7
© 2010 GS1 GS1 Belgilux product portfolio 8 Global standards for electronic business messaging Rapid, efficient and accurate business data exchange The environment for global data synchronisation Standardised, reliable data for effective business transactions Global standards for RFID-based identification More accurate, immediate and cost-effective visibility of information Global standards for automatic identification Rapid and accurate item, asset or location identification Efficient Consumer Response Innovative concepts for value chain collaboration
© 2010 GS1 Indentification keys ApplicationAbbrevia tion IdentificationExample A.Trade itemGTINGlobal Trade Item Number A.Logistic unitSSCCSerial Shipping Container Number (00) A.PlaceGLNGlobal Location Number(410) A.AssetGRAIGlobal Returnable Asset Identifier (8003)
© 2010 GS1 Data carriers
© 2010 GS1 Agenda 1. Do you know us? 2. GS1 products portfolio: identification keys and data carriers 3.Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain 4.GS1 Global & Local User Groups 5.Global Traceability 6.Conclusion 11
© 2010 GS1 Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain Medication errors result in additional treatments, disabilities and even loss of life Counterfeiting is an increasing global threat Traceability from manufacturer to patient is unworkable Product recalls can be difficult to manage, in particular for healthcare providers A lot of manual interventions in the healthcare supply chain decrease its efficiency and accuracy
© 2010 GS1 Lack of global standards
© 2010 GS1 Agenda 1. Do you know us? 2. GS1 products portfolio: identification keys and data carriers 3.Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain 4.GS1 Global & Local User Groups 5.Global Traceability 6.Conclusion 14
© 2010 GS1 Global Healthcare User Group GS1 Healthcare is a voluntary, global user community bringing together all healthcare stakeholders Including: manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, hospitals, pharmacies, regulatory bodies, trade associations
© 2010 GS1 Global Healthcare User Group Execute global mission and vision of GS1 Healthcare Develop standards for healthcare according to agreed roadmap Work with global stakeholders Guide and support local activities Provide marketing material, implementation guidelines and information on developments worldwide Develop global healthcare standards and drive global harmonization
© 2010 GS1 Local Healthcare User Group GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg Localize and promote documentation and standards developed by GS1 Healthcare as per global office guidelines (aligning messaging and look & feel) Promote global standards on a local and regional level, including regulatory bodies and local associations Support local implementation and create appropriate case studies to demonstrate the benefit First point of contact in country for all local stakeholders Education and Training Localize global standards
© 2010 GS1 Agenda 1. Do you know us? 2. GS1 products portfolio: identification keys and data carriers 3.Challenges in the Healthcare supply chain 4.GS1 Global & Local User Groups 5.Global Traceability 6.Conclusion 18
© 2010 GS1 Global Traceability Traceability systems provide access to relevant party and product traceability information Electronic or paper-based pedigree: communicates the custody history for a particular product Key benefits: Enable authentication, a means to fight counterfeiting Enable effective and efficient product recalls Enable inventory visibility across the supply chain
© 2010 GS1 How does Traceability work? The GS1 Global Traceability Standards provides guidance on how to implement effective traceability solutions Unique identification –Global product identification number –Lot/batch number or serial number (unique number at the unit level) Data capture –Bar coding or radio frequency identification (RFID) Links management –Managing identification from the point-of-manufacture to the point-of- sale/point-of-care Data communication –Associate the physical flow of products with the information flow –Different information sharing models
© 2010 GS1 Conclusion GS1 Standards in Healthcare Enable automatic identification systems Enable traceability systems Enable «clean» data GS1 Standards in Healthcare improve patient safety worldwide 21
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