HPAC webinar 24 January 2019 - The adoption of GS1 UDI standards, a Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery perspective
GS1 hosts webinars from health providers around the world talking about how they have implemented standards to enable safety, efficiency and other key improvements to patient care. In January, Dr. Chun-Che Shih, Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at Taipei Veterans General Hospital will discuss the effects of UDI standards adoption on patient safety and the hospital.
TGA Consultation - Proposal to introduce a Unique Device Identification (UDI) system for medical
The TGA is exploring the feasibility of introducing the UDI systems in Australia for medical devices. All stakeholders are encouraged to participate in this initial consultation. This will ensure there is a clear picture of the end-to-end requirements, use cases and benefits that such a system could bring to Australian healthcare and patients.
GS1 Australia is proud to announce the 7th GS1 supply chain conference, now named GS1 NEXUS. The event promises to be an interactive experience, harnessing the success of previous conferences while exploring new concepts and technologies. Our healthcare plenary will focus on industry trends, both local and global.
Join the GS1 Australia Healthcare User Group (HUG) Leadership Team
Open to all GS1 Australia member organisations (excluding solution providers), the HUG Leadership Team is one of the important ways for healthcare industry representatives to help guide our work program. With some recent changes to participants' roles, we now have several positions available in this group. For more information about the Healthcare User Group contact Healthcare Industry Manager Catherine Koetz.
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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