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

rate new item add and product data maintenance processes
  • GPOs
  • o   Standardized format for product data received from manufacturers
    o   Streamlined process for obtaining product data
    o   Improved rebate processing
  • Providers
  • o   Reduced time and manual effort to add and maintain products in the item master
    o   Reliable, accurate and up-to-date product information
    o   Elimination of unit of measure errors

    “The GDSN has been used effectively for years in other industries. It’s exciting to see healthcare begin to take advantage of this tool now as well,” said Douglas Goldman, director, Healthcare, GS1 Healthcare US. “There is a learning curve in any industry, so being able to communicate lessons learned by early adopters and sharing a recommended approach to using the GDSN based on actual production experience is essential to adoption. The work done by the Early Adoption Group represents an important step toward expanding the GDSN knowledge base in healthcare and broader adoption by the industry.”

    About GS1 Healthcare US
    GS1 Healthcare US is an industry group that focuses on driving the adoption and implementation of GS1 standards in the healthcare industry in the United States to improve patient safety and supply chain efficiency. GS1 Healthcare US brings together members from all segments of the healthcare industry to address the supply chain issues that most impact healthcare in the United States. Facilitated by GS1 US, GS1 Healthcare US is one of 24 local GS1 Healthcare user groups around the world that supports the adoption and implementation of global standards developed by GS1.

    About GS1 US™
    GS1 US is a not-for-profit organization that brings industry communities together to solve supply-chain problems through the adopti
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