Dr. Kengo Miyo, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, in Japan will explain in this webinar his work on implementing GS1 Standards in healthcare for connecting information and products, as well as people.
In this webinar Dr. Miyo will explain:
- how inefficiencies in the hospital system were solved by introducing and utilising GS1 Standards
- how this supports traceability from manufacturer to patient
- resulting in a medical device data bank
- the importance of involving people inside and outside the hospital
- future challenges
Who should join*:
The webinar audience is all stakeholders who wish to learn the challenges and benefits of implementing GS1 standards in hospitals and how to connect and engage people in this work.
About GS1 Healthcare
GS1 Healthcare is a neutral and open community bringing together all healthcare stakeholders to lead the successful development and implementation of global GS1 standards, enhancing patient safety, and operational and supply chain efficiencies.
The development and implementation of GS1 standards is led by the experts who use them: pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, group purchasing organisations, hospitals, pharmacies, logistics providers, solution providers, governmental and regulatory bodies, and trade associations. Evidence available from industry implementations shows that GS1 identification, data capture and data sharing standards in healthcare deliver tangible benefit to all stakeholders. GS1 Healthcare members include more than 100 leading healthcare organisations worldwide.
For more information about GS1 standards in healthcare, go to www.gs1.org/healthcare