Last month I had the opportunity to see the presentation by Abbott Labs, McKesson, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and GHX about their recent and ongoing Network Centric ePedigree pilot. [NOTE: GS1 removed the PDF file from their website after my essay was published. See the comments below this essay for more. – Dirk.] I see that a presentation on the same topic is on the agenda for this week’s HDMA Track & Trace Technology Seminar. If you are attending that event, don’t miss that presentation because this pilot is an important one. I normally like to attend the HDMA event but I won’t be there this year due to a long-scheduled vacation.
The pilot implemented a “Centralized” Network Centric ePedigree (NCeP) system. Continue reading The Significance of the Abbott, McKesson and VA Pilot
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