Final HPAC webinar for 2018 is on November 16th - Pathway to successful use of GS1 standards, Colombian Hospital implementation
GS1 hosts webinars from hospitals around the world talking about how they have implemented standards to enable safety, efficiency or other key improvements to patient care. In November, Mr. Juan Camilo Rincon from Centro Medico Imbanaco will explain their journey, challenges, successes, the necessity to involve staff in change management and the benefits they have gained.
NEW - Interactive map outlining global regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical and medical devices
As global industries evolve ever more quickly with their regulatory requirements, this interactive map is designed to provide an easy way to access some of the latest status. GS1 Global members can also use this map to access our public policy database.
Important update for Pharmaceutical manufacturers, AMT & GTIN mapping
To ensure the safe, reliable and consistent medicines information across all points of care, it is important that standardised clinical terminology (Australian Medicines Terminology) and physical product identification (Global Trade Item Number) are adopted nationally. Link to the notice from the Australian Digital Health Agency is accessible below. More information will be shared soon.
Bridging Blockchains - a new paper from GS1 Innovation
Read this new comprehensive position-paper and learn about blockchain technology, the rise of industry ecosystems, challenges and how GS1 is bringing industry together to begin the dialogue around governance, interoperability and future solutions.
GS1 standards support the healthcare 'Digital Thread'
With the implementation of new technologies and greater digitisation in healthcare comes the creation of massive amounts of data. To ensure that this data can be shared interoperably and create actionable intelligence, data standards such as those defined within the GS1 systems are the key.
Each year GS1 compiles case studies highlighting examples of implementations of GS1 standards that are enabling safer, more efficient healthcare around the world. If you have ever wondered how standards go beyond compliance to deliver real value in today's healthcare we encourage you to read on...
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