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Healthcare Early-Adopters Issue Industry Report for Using Data Synchronization
Date:3/24/2010

1SYNC Data Pool in day-to-day business practices, seeking to accelerate the knowledge needed for successful use of data synchronization across the healthcare supply chain. The newly published report, “GDSN in Healthcare: Experiences of Early Adopters in the United States,” outlines the EAG’s objectives, critical success factors, recommended adoption plan, key performance indicators (KPIs), and lessons learned. The full report can be found at www.gs1us.org/healthcare.

“The lessons learned by the early adopters prove that GDSN can function in healthcare and improve existing processes,” said EAG member Dennis Black, director of eBusiness at BD, a leading global medical technology company. “To succeed with implementation, the healthcare community needs to embrace agreed-upon data attributes and begin using them in internal systems. Most important, the healthcare supply chain needs to begin transacting with GLNs and GTINs.”

The Global Location Number (GLN) for standardized location identification and the Global Trade Item Number® (GTIN®) for product identification are two key identification standards toward which many in the industry are now moving.

Standardized product identification has long been a goal of the healthcare industry, but maintaining the same information among all supply partners at the same time has been a challenge. The GDSN is showing it can play an important role in helping the industry achieve this.

“We often receive incorrect or incomplete product data information from unreliable sources. Human error is another source of inaccuracy,” says EAG participant Alex Zimmerman, Director of Supply Chain Information, Sisters of Mercy ROi. “Problems like these affect our operations in a multitude of ways, ranging from invoice discrepancies and delivery delay
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