New regulations across the globe are coming into effect, requiring pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, dispensers, and others up and down the chain to build serialization, verification, and traceability into the supply chain. At TraceLink’s NEXUS ’15 conference, we learned a lot about the impact of these new requirements, how companies are responding, and whether there is an ROI beyond compliance.
Healthcare providers (hospitals, clinics, care homes, etc.) and their supply chains
Are we premature in touting Main Street for RFID?
Since their acquisition by Stanley Black & Decker, RTLS provider AeroScout appears to be thriving and taking advantage of many opportunities to integrate with STANLEY’s diverse business units and product families.
The tidal wave of healthcare data is upon us and will only continue to grow rapidly. What can be learned from how Big Data is done in supply chains to get real value?
Industry applications were abundant at RFID LIVE, including these in retail, healthcare, aerospace, and IT asset tracking.
ACA and HIPAA standards mean big changes in electronic commerce in healthcare.
With healthcare costs soaring, administrative costs comprising a whopping 7% of healthcare expenses, and increased concerns about medical errors and counterfeiting, to name a few challenges, various government agencies in the US are taking legislative action.
This report addresses the most recent changes impacting those who trade in the US market–across the whole value chain–and the impact the Affordable Care Act and other recent legislation will have on the deployment of standard electronic commerce communications.
The tsunamis of data generated by connected care will be nearly useless to caregivers without systems that help digest it all. Can the systems and methods already developed to manage big data in supply chain be useful for healthcare?
Better care, patient safety at lower cost. Sounds like a goal we have been hearing for decades. Yet so far the US healthcare industry has been going in the opposite direction. Greater cost, more paperwork, and confusing models for compliance and care for the future. And yet . . .
Tsunamis, hurricanes, landslides — in responding to the needs of the victims of these natural disasters, the effective delivery of food, pharmaceuticals and life saving products are now in the spotlight. Supply challenges related to transportation,infrastructure and other issues require careful planning and coordination.
A Case for Change in Healthcare Supply Chains.
Brand power is when consumers camp out to get into your store…