Why engaging?

We will continue to partner with solution providers to guide the implementation of GS1 standards in their systems to allow automated data capture and data exchange in both supply chain and clinical systems.

Work with end users to define the criteria that solution providers should meet to deploy GS1 standards

We will continue to work with supply chain solution providers, specifically to:

✓ Develop specific use cases Electronic Product Information Leaflets ( ePil ) and Inventory Management Systems with solution providers that illustrate how use of GS1 standards can accelerate improvements.

✓ Identify and bring current global member solution providers along the customer journey, including showcasing best practices for the implementation of traceability.

✓ Work with GS1 Member Organisations, as needed, to ensure they are able to engage and educate their solution provider communities

Our work with clinical solution providers will enable electronic patient and health record solution providers to adopt GS1 standards to drive implementation regionally and globally, leveraging newly released GS1 standards developed via the Global Standards Management Process (GSMP).

For supply chain solution providers:

✓ Increased engagement between solution providers and GS1 Member Organisations to ensure that interoperable solutions are developed and used locally, in particular, in emerging markets.

✓ Supply chain solution providers will become one of the first ambassadors of GS1 standards, advocating for the need for one single barcode and supporting the integration of GS1 keys and AI in solution provider applications.

For Clinical solution providers:

✓ Clinical system solution providers in regions and countries will adopt GS1 standards to drive implementation locally and globally.

✓ Healthcare providers will be able to more quickly and cost effectively implement point of care scanning to realise patient safety benefits and deliver sustainable patient outcomes.

✓ Manufacturers will benefit from products being scanned at point of care with the future potential to demonstrate value-based healthcare based on products used and patient outcomes achieved.

✓ Health authorities will have the potential to capture surveillance data and identify concerning trends sooner.

✓ Healthcare systems will have the capability to access real-time data of healthcare delivery to map trends for financing, operational efficiency, and patient outcomes.