FbNoImage

News & Events

News
  • There is a huge impact of spurious drugs on global programmes: Ravi Mathur In India the first step was taken by DGFT through the department of commerce in 2011, in notifying that all medicines for exports would need to have the ability to track and trace and authentication right from the source till the time the medicine leaves the stores of India.. Economic Times 18 November 2019
  • GS1 India to host 36th edition of Global GS1 healthcare conference in New Delhi With a focus on patient safety, the conference themes include track and trace for access to safe medicines. Express Healthcare 15 November 2019
  • When health insurance delays your hospital discharge Been at the hospital for a couple of days and now that you are fit, you crave home food and comfort. The doctor comes on a round and declares you fit for discharge and so you pack your bags thinking you will be able to walk out of the hospital the very next minute. Live Mint 14 November 2019
  • One Nation One Tag: FASTag toll payments on national highways, UP expressways from December 1; check details No more congestion at toll plazas in Uttar Pradesh! With an aim to ensure seamless traffic on state highways and national highways crisscrossing Uttar Pradesh, the FASTag system will be implemented from December 1 as the central government has been focussing on ‘One Nation One Tag’. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between National Highways Authority of Indian (NHAI) and Uttar Pradesh Expressway Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA) in this regard. The Financial Express 12 November 2019
  • A strong traceability system is a must for drugs supply chain: Ulrike Kreysa Shahid Akhter, editor, ETHealthworld spoke to Ulrike Kreysa, Senior Vice President Healthcare, GS1, Belgium to know more about the global scenario of spurious drugs and why we need a traceability system. Economic Times 07 November 2019
  • 36th GS1 Conference highlights how safer, efficient care starts with a simple scan The 36th Global GS1 Healthcare conference following the theme of Safer, more efficient care starts with a simple scan began on Tuesday with discussions related to enabling and enhancing patient safety through track and trace of medicines, medical devices. Economic Times 06 November 2019
  • Safer, more efficient care starts with a simple scan: Day 1 of the 36th Global GS1 Healthcare Conference in New Delhi The 36th Global GS1 Healthcare conference following the theme of Safer, more efficient care starts with a simple scan began on Tuesday with discussions related to enabling and enhancing patient safety through track and trace of medicines, medical devices. Medgate Today 06 November 2019
  • Standardisation in healthcare for ensuring patient safety Patient safety takes a centre stage in healthcare and draws attention of regulators and policy makers worldwide. In a study undertaken by Harvard University, it was found that nearly 50 thousand deaths occurred in India, annually, due to medical errors. Patient safety relates to five basic rights which include, identifying the right patient, administering the right drug with the right dosage, at the right time and through the right route. Express Healthcare 05 November 2019
  • GS1 India to host 36th edition of Global GS1 healthcare conference in New Delhi With a focus on patient safety, the conference themes include track and trace for access to safe medicines. The Global GS1 healthcare conference will bring together Indian and international regulators, hospitals, drug and device manufacturers, private government bodies across the world to deliberate upon supply chain and operational efficiency issues, which can lower costs for healthcare providers and enhance patient safety in India. Express Healthcare 04 November 2019
  • Govt seeks RBI nod to expand FASTag usage The Centre has sought the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)’s approval for expanding the usage of radio frequency identification-based FASTags as open-loop cards to enable their use for other transactions like the purchase of fuel, according to officials aware of the development. Hindustan Times 22 October 2019
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
Upcoming Events
Need Help?
loader