Unique Device Identification Training Course

Published: 18-Aug-2015

18 November 2015

Training Course

GS1 UK offices, Staple Court, London

The Department of Health’s eProcurement strategy requires suppliers to the NHS to support GS1 standards including barcodes and entering product master data into a GS1 Certified NHS data pool.

Also, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation on Unique Device Identification (UDI) means that any medical device manufacturer selling products into the US will have to comply with detailed regulations about product identification, barcodes and device-related information.

Failure to comply with these regulations will mean that products will not be allowed to be used or traded, and similar European regulations are expected to follow.

South East Health Technologies Alliance has been in close contact with the FDA, the NHS, and other international regulators about their UDI requirements. The organisation is offering this course to ensure suppliers become compliant with the requirements ahead of the deadlines.

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Organiser: South East Health Technologies Alliance, GS1 UK, and Medilink UK

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