Unique Device Identification (UDI) forms the foundations of many global healthcare regulations. As a supplier, it is important to know exactly what you need to do to comply and understand what doing so means in clinical settings, beyond the realms of the healthcare supply chain.
To ensure you are up to speed on how to use and implement GS1 standards to meet UDI requirements, we have developed a short half day programme that will provide you with an in-depth understanding of what you need to do.
Join us to discover how the seemingly small act of uniquely identifying your products has a huge impact on transforming patient care.
Explore the agenda below for your guide on all you need to know.
How GS1 and PEPPOL standards enable traceability in the clinical setting
Mark Songhurst, project manager Scan4Safety (programme lead), Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Danny Cooper, project assistant Scan4Safety, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Medical device registration system/UDIs in safety communications
Bayode Adisa, devices data and surveillance strategy manager, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
A supplier perspective: exploring the “how” and “why” behind UDI
Mark East, UDI program manager (advanced wound management), Smith & Nephew
An introduction to PEPPOL, its use with GS1 standards, and what it means in operational practice in the NHS
Steve Graham, market development lead, OpenPeppol
Anna Micklewright, global head of sales – healthcare, Pagero
Global standards: a must for UDI in the EU, and beyond
Géraldine Lissalde-Bonnet, director public policy, GS1 Global Office
Who should attend from healthcare supplier, manufacturer, distributor, and wholesaler organisations
Who should attend from NHS provider organisations, regulatory bodies, healthcare associations, and NHS arm’s length bodies