Methods to Ensure EPCIS Drug Traceability Standards
July 3, 2020

Methods to Ensure EPCIS Drug Traceability Standards

To attain electronic, interoperable pharmaceutical traceability, each member of the drug supply network must connect and exchange information. Conformance certification ensures consistency among trading partners, aligns data structures, enables common data definitions, and avoids deployment delays.
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EPCIS Data Exchange Issues in Pharma Traceability
June 20, 2020

EPCIS Data Exchange Issues in Pharma Traceability

Gary Lerner, Gateway Checker’s president, is featured in a recent Healthcare Packaging article, "3 EPCIS Data Exchange Issues in Pharma Traceability," focusing on how pharmaceutical companies are continuing to make progress to meet the upcoming DSCSA 2023 requirements for unit-level traceability.
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GS1 Connect – Bridging the Gap
June 8, 2020

GS1 Connect – Bridging the Gap

Join Jeff Denton (AmerisourceBergen) and Gary Lerner (Gateway Checker) as they discuss how to bridge the gap to US Drug traceability at the GS1 Connect Digital Conference, June 16 and 17. GS1 Connect: Bridging the Gap to Pharmaceutical Traceability FDA regulations mandates interoperable, electronic tracing of medicines at the item level to enhance the security […]
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Gateway Checker’s Gary Lerner to Discuss Pharmaceutical Traceability at GS1 Connect
June 8, 2020

Gateway Checker’s Gary Lerner to Discuss Pharmaceutical Traceability at GS1 Connect

Gary Lerner, president and founder of Gateway Checker and expert on supply chain integrity, will be discussing the future of pharmaceutical traceability at the GS1 Connect virtual conference, taking place June 16-17, 2020. Gary, together with Jeff Denton of AmerisourceBergen, will present “Bridging the Gap to Pharmaceutical Traceability” as an On Demand session, which will […]
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Why Supply Chain Integrity Matters
May 12, 2020

Why Supply Chain Integrity Matters

Why It Matters Our Lives Depend On Integrity. We trust that planes will fly, bridges and buildings will support us, and our cars will stop when we brake. When we ingest food and medicine, we trust they will do no harm. We know red means stop and green means go. In an intersection, we trust […]
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