The Russia Ministry of Health (MoH) is conducting a serialization and tracing pilot with a number of supply chain members between February 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017 (see “Russia Begins Its Pharma Supply Chain Pilot”). The MoH is due to publish an assessment of the pilot by next February 1st.
Last week, GS1 Healthcare raised the awareness of new documents available on the Russian Federation government website. Actually, the news was contributed to that group by Brian Daleiden of TraceLink, who has been very generous with contributions of news and documents from multiple markets. These Russian documents explain the basis for a voluntary pharma supply chain pilot that the government is beginning this quarter. Of course, these documents are only provided officially in the native Russian language. Continue reading Russia Begins Its Pharma Supply Chain Pilot→
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