Will GS1’s EPCIS Be Used Widely For DSCSA Data Exchange?

I am confident that GS1’s Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) standard will take center stage in 2023 when the U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) transitions into what that law calls the “Enhanced Drug Distribution System”, or EDDS.  That’s when the DSCSA mandates that supply chain changes of ownership of prescription drugs must

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One thought on “Will GS1’s EPCIS Be Used Widely For DSCSA Data Exchange?”

  1. Thanks Dirk, great outlook. My humble vision is that EPCIS is gaining momentum and this standard will be widely used before 2023. In your comment, you must also allow for the EPCIS events already created on the packaging lines that bring value to the manufacturer business plus all internal visibility issues solved. Beyond the four walls of the manufacturer it is only a service level agreement with a service provider for exchanging information among partners but there is certainly a real interest in leveraging the existing EPCIS data.
    Guy Weiss

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