We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byVanessa Richardson
Modified over 3 years ago
Traceability in Healthcare II Vision June/July 2011
© 2008 GS1 GS1 Members Vision for Traceability in Healthcare 2 Full, End to End, actionable visibility of finished pharmaceuticals and medical devices in healthcare globally, from Point of Production 1 to Point of Use 2 All authentic items are identified with the appropriate GS1 Identification Keys (e.g. GTIN) and appropriate Application Identifier (AI, e.g. Serial No. AI(21)), if applicable, at point of production Supply chain identifiers are associated with the patient and remain with/on items throughout their intended useful life All physical locations are identified with the appropriate GS1 Identification Key (e.g. GLN) across the entire supply chain All patients and care givers, when in a care giving environment, are identified with the appropriate GS1 identification Keys Agreed master data is captured and shared (e.g. via GDSN) amongst trading partners Agreed transactional data is captured and shared (e.g. via business-to-business messaging) amongst trading partners Agreed event data is captured and shared (e.g. via EPCIS) amongst trusted traceability stakeholders, based on data sharing/security policies SO THAT: 1.The terms production or producer can also mean commercially available, manufacture(r), creation(or), compounding(er)… 2.The terms use or used can also mean consumed, infused, implanted, destroyed
© 2008 GS1 Full, End to End, actionable visibility of finished pharmaceuticals and medical devices in healthcare globally, from Point of Production 1 to Point of Use 2 SO THAT: Items can be tracked (forward / downstream) across the entire supply chain (production to use) in real time Items can be traced (backward / upstream) across the entire supply chain (from current location back to the producer) in real time Item identification is available for use at patient bedside to ensure the Patient Rights 3 are achievable Patients Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are updated with agreed traceability information, including Care Giver identification Counterfeit products are detected when entering the legitimate supply chain A product recall would be fast, efficient and effective 3 1.The terms production or producer can also mean commercially available, manufacture(r), creation(or), compounding(er)… 2.The terms use or used can also mean consumed, infused, implanted, destroyed 3.Pharmaceuticals (5): Right patient, right drug, right dose, right route, right time. Medical Devices (8): right device, right location, right time, right condition, right procedure, right anatomic site, right patient, right user GS1 Members Vision for Traceability in Healthcare
© 2008 GS1 Version Control VersionDateChange Implemented by: ChangeReason for Change 0.130 Jan 09Janice KiteN/A 0.221 Apr 09Janice KiteChange wording of penultimate bullet from: Counterfeit products cannot enter the legitimate supply chain without being immediately detected To: Counterfeit products are detected when entering the legitimate supply chain Increase clarity and more realistic 0.212 Jun 09Janice KiteMinor editorial corrections to MissionCorrections and clarity 0.222 Mar 10Janice KiteSeparate Vision on to 2 slides and add a bullet related to patient / care giver Identification Format and additional bullet 0.328 Apr 10Janice KiteAdded further clarity to some bullets – i.e. added Application Identifiers to first bullet To reflect the changes identified whilst developing the GS1 Healthcare Guidance on Traceability 0.319 May 10Janice KiteAdded further clarity and brevity to tag lineChanges to reflect discussions in the GS1 HC Public Policy sub-group developing Traceability White Paper 0.322 June 10Janice KiteReplaced all items with finished pharmaceuticals and medical devices to tag line Discussion at Healthcare Leadership Team meeting at GS1 HC Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Draft7 Jun 11Janice KiteAdded bullet on transactional data; added trusted to indicate that visibility of data is/can be restricted Comments from CoC/CoO (NCeP) Work Group Draft21 Jun 11Janice KiteFurther textual amendmentsBased on feedback to previous draft from TH-II & NCeP Co- Chairs. In preparation for HC LT review/approval (28 Jun 2011)
Contact Details Janice Kite Traceability Director Healthcare GS1 Global Office Avenue Louise 326, bte 10 B-1050 Brussels, Belgium T + 44 118 944 1580 M +44 791 211 3191 E email@example.com W www.gs1.org
What is GS1? An Overview May © 2008 GS12 Background: What are standards? Standards are agreements that structure any activity or any industry. They.
When Supply Chain meets Care Delivery: Background on GS1 and HL7 Ulrike Kreysa Director Healthcare, GS1 Global Office.
Miguel A. Lopera, GS1 Global Office CEO GS1 Global Update.
GS1 Standards in Healthcare Nicolas Stuyckens GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg.
LCN Enhanced Process Meeting GSMP Brussels + 17-Apr 2008 Melanie Kudela.
GS1 Healthcare Roadmap January © GS AIDC Application Standards 2 Scope: Healthcare products - from finished goods at manufacture to the end.
Hosted by Message from the CEO Miguel A. Lopera, CEO GS1.
Hosted by Standards Development Update Sally A. Herbert, President Standards and System Development GS1 President GDSN, Inc.
The Global Standards Management Process (GSMP) Robert Bersani GS1 Vice President Global Standards Development.
GS1 Industry Engagement Update Paul VOORDECKERS, GS1 President, Industry Engagement and EPCglobal.
GS1 US INITIATIVES UPDATE MARCH 18, GS1 STANDARDS MAKES IT POSSIBLE 2 SAFETYSECURITY VISIBILITYEFFICIENCY COLLABORATION To apply standards to business.
HUG HUG Auto-ID Data Work Team - Update Berlin, 1 st Feb 2007 Mark Hoyle, Tyco Healthcare & Mark Walchak, Pfizer.
GS1 Industry Engagement Update Ian Robertson Director, New Industry Sectors Sponsored by.
GS1 Jordan GS1 DataMatrix Instructions 31 January 2016 Jordan Food & Drug Administration (JFDA)
Traceability Lunch & Learn. Global Standards Management Process Summary Traceability today : applications and activities GTS and GS1 Traceability Solution.
HIT Policy Committee Federal Health IT Strategic Plan April 13, 2011 Jodi Daniel, ONC Seth Pazinski, ONC.
GS1 Industry & Standards Event 27 th September - 1 st October 2010 Amsterdam Hosted by Retail Value Chain IUG (RVC IUG) Plenary Session – MobileCom BNG.
Achieving Visibility in Transport & Logistics Nora Kaci February 2013.
Drug Supply Chain Security Act Final Preparation for July 1st and beyond in Pharmacy.
WHO Good Distribution Practices for Pharmaceutical Products Presented by: Director of Pharmacy Affairs U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
© Medinorma LLC Switzerland Medinorma LLC Slide 1 Electronic Health Records and Supply Chain Data Standards GS1 Healthcare,
Australia Visibility Provides Security Beating the problem of Fraudulent Certificates.
John Wigglesworth Total Quality May 10, 2011 John Wigglesworth Total Quality May 10, 2011 State of the Shrimp Union: “Commercial Perspective and New Traceability.
Unique Device Identification (UDI) System for Medical Devices Dr Larry Kelly Therapeutic Goods Administration.
Track and Trace PSSNY 2015 Mid-Winter Conference Al Emmans Dir/Marketing & IT Business Management RDC.
GEOSS Data Sharing Principles. GEOSS 10-Year Implementation Plan 5.4 Data Sharing The societal benefits of Earth observations cannot be achieved without.
1 1 Detection and Avoidance of Counterfeit Electronic Parts— Further Implementation Public Meeting June 16, 2014 Scott Bousum, Director, National Security.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 25 Jun 2009 Melanie Kudela.
GS1 System Thomas Bikeev B2B Group Manager, GS1 Oasis Adoption Forum, London 17 October 2005.
HIMMA National Conference 2005 Accelerating E-Health Dr Ian Reinecke CEO National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) Geelong 29 July 2005 nehta.
Hosted by GS1 Industry Engagement Update Chris Adcock, GS1.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 24 July 2008 Melanie Kudela.
ASPEC February 2015 Incidents –0 incidents, 0 near misses Hours 31/01/15-27/02/15 11% Site, 1% Travel, 88% Office ASPEC QSHR February 2015 Minutes.
GS1 Industry & Standards Event Sept 27-1 Oct 2010 – Amsterdam Creating value together with global standards Discovery Services: the Final Chapter in End-to-End.
LEADERSHIP FLY-IN Washington, D.C. June 26-28, 2012 US GAPP LEADERSHIP FLY-IN Washington, D.C. June 26-28, 2012 US GAPP.
TEXAS NODAL Board of Directors Austin, Texas July 15, 2003.
THE CLINICAL CASE NOTES ARE FULL AND THE MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY IS RUNNING OUT OF SPACE Michael Brown Deputy Director – Performance & Informatics The.
Hosted by GS1/ISO Relations Henri Barthel GS1. © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards GS1 liaisons with standard bodies ISO UN/CEFACT.
1 What is Data Synchronisation and How to Get Started? Peter ALVAREZ GDSN, Inc.
Getting Ready for the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (Title II of the Drug Quality and Security Act) ILISA B.G. BERNSTEIN, PHARM.D., J.D. U.S. Food and.
A brief introduction to GRIFS For the CERP meeting 9-10 June 2008 at ETSI visit for more informationwww.grifs-project.eu.
Promoting patient-centred healthcare around the world Counterfeit Medicines: The views and role of patients and patients’ organizations Jeremiah Mwangi.
GS1 and UN/CEFACT Geneva 16 February 2012 Anders Grangård.
Benjamin Miller, MPH Dairy and Food Inspection Division Operations and Response Section Manager Core Information Elements of a Product Tracing System.
Adult HIV Outpatient PBR Tariff Development National Reference Group Meeting 21/05/10.
1 Promoting Safe Medicine With Track and Trace Systems SRC Technologies, Inc.
NMAHP – Readiness for eHealth Heather Strachan NMAHP eHealth Lead eHealth Directorate Scottish Government.
Hungarian Solution Provider Programme February 26th, 2010 Brussels.
Collecting Copyright Transfers and Disclosures via Editorial Manager™ -- Editorial Office Guide 2015.
Presented by Jose Costa TeixeiraJanuary 2015 Healthcare Product Supply Interoperability Challenges and first steps.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.