GLN: The Lowly Identifier That Could Kill The Use Of EPCIS For Pharma Regulatory Compliance

Almost everyone agrees that GS1’s Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) standard will be used by drug manufacturers and the large wholesale distributors in the United States for compliance with the serialization requirement of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).  Even I think that (see “Will EPCIS Event Exchange Replace EDI ASNs for DSCSA

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  1. I say SGLN, with a keen sense of meaningful, grangular location, is of critical value to product track and trace in an n-tier, multi-party supply network. However, to my recollection, such sophistication is not embedded in GS1’s definition and use of GLNs. And my comments / observations are not bound to pharma.

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