Life Sciences

Life Sciences supply chains, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices

GS1 Enters Product Recall

GS1, HP and Microsoft enter product recall space – but GS1 enters as a nonprofit. What is the impact to industry?

Reducing Risk in Global Life Sciences Supply Chains

Estimates on the effects of counterfeit trade exceed two hundred billion dollars (US), and inspections across the world cost billions. Yet only a very few shipments are actually inspected. This issue has particularly impacted the vital Life Sciences Supply Chain. This article discusses some of the solutions that reduce illicit trade and ensure a safe and secure supply of pharmaceuticals.

RFID in Healthcare and Life Sciences

ChainLink Research invites you to continue with “RFID in Healthcare and Life Sciences”, the industry’s best educational session on RFID in the End-to-End Healthcare Chain.

RFID in Clinical Trials

Estimates for the true cost of drug manufacturing, from drug discovery to commercialization, range from hundreds of millions to billions of dollars. Irrespective of the financial considerations, finding a cure and improving the quality of life for those suffering from disease has immeasurable value. This report shows that reducing the cost of developing drugs, from discovery to the marketplace, translates into a win for everyone in the Life Sciences supply chain.

RFID in Pharmaceutical Discovery

ChainLink Research invites you to “RFID in Pharmaceutical Discovery”, the playback recording of the fourth and last in a series of four educational sessions on the use of RFID in the End-to-End Healthcare Chain.

RFID in Clinical Settings

Authorities across the globe recognize the value of sharing patient and remedy data across a network of expert medical practitioners. The concept of “tele-medicine” has been positively received in several geographies, with medical teams collaborating across digital networks –sharing patient data, radiology and exploratory test results. A Single Version of the Truth – SVOT – in order to enable health care practitioners to work in collaboration, across the Chain of Care (Care Chain) is a vision that is achievable through the combination of wireless, wired and network technologies.

RFID in Healthcare and Life Sciences

A ChainLink eLearning Workshop Playback: “RFID in Healthcare and Life Sciences”, the industry’s best educational session on RFID in the End-to-End Healthcare Chain. First in a Series of Four.

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