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IMAGINE one world, one standard, one vision: improving PATIENT SAFETY
Participants from around the world join the global GS1 Healthcare conference to:
 Share the latest news on industry and regulatory developments in automatic identification,
traceability and electronic product catalogues
 Network and leverage with other stakeholders from around the world using this unique, neutral
and global platform
 Learn more about existing supply chain data standards
 Hear how GS1 works with hospitals, pharmacies and patients
Patient safety and supply chain excellence through global standards
The global GS1 Healthcare conference takes place in Dubai18-20 April, and brings together key
strategists, actors and influencers from across the world to advance the development and adoption of
global standards in the healthcare supply chain. Past conferences have proven that significant value
is to be gained for participants from the full range of healthcare related organisations, from
(inter-)governmental bodies and regulators, healthcare providers, pharmacists, manufacturers,
distributors & wholesalers, logistics providers, industry associations, and the GS1 Member
Organisations representing local communities.
About GS1 Healthcare
GS1 Healthcare is a voluntary, global Healthcare User Group leading the healthcare sector to the
successful development and implementation of global standards by bringing together experts in
healthcare to enhance patient safety and supply chain efficiencies.
For more information, visit www.gs1.org/healthcare
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The conference at a glance:
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Day 1: Monday, 18 April
7:30 – 9:45 Registration and welcome coffee
8:00 – 9:30 A starter session on GS1 standards
Introduction to global standards for Identify, Capture and Share
9:45 – 13:00
Opening Plenary Session:
Traceability from manufacturer to patient
Traceability is an ubiquitous requirement in Healthcare – to improve patient
safety through visibility in many business processes
9:45 – 10:10 Opening remarks and welcome to the conference
Ulrike Kreysa, Vice-President Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
Miguel A. Lopera, President and CEO, GS1 Global Office
Rami Habbal, Head of Healthcare, GS1 UAE
10:10 – 10:40 Keynote speaker: H.E. Dr Amin Hussain Al Amiri
Pharmaceutical Regulatory continuum in UAE & Global
Standards
Assistant Undersecretary of Public Health Policy and Licensing Sector,
Ministry of Health & Prevention, United Arab Emirates
10:40 – 11:05 Cross hospital collaboration to develop a GS1 standards
framework
Ryan Mavin, Senior Project Manager, Shared Services, ICT, Chief Minister,
Treasury and Economic Development Directorate, ACT Government, Health
Directorate, Australia
11:05 – 11:35 Coffee break
11:35 – 12:00 GS1 standards improving clinical effectiveness and patient
safety
Keith Jones, Clinical Director of Surgery, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
12:00 – 12:25 Implementation of GS1 barcode standards in a hospital
laboratory - a successful case study
Dr. Ina Trapp, Global UDI Change Control Manager, Roche Diagnostics
12:25 – 13:00 Healthcare Provider Advisory Council (HPAC) awards:
 Presentation of winner of case study award
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 Presentation of winner of recognition award
13:00 – 13:10 Introduction charity
Non-Profit Al Jalila Foundation on the Forefront of Medical Research
Dr. Abdulkareem Al Olama, CEO, Al Jalila Foundation
GS1 Healthcare supports a local charity with 5 US$ for every received
feedback form
13:10 – 14:10
Networking lunch
14:10-15:40
Implementation Reality Sessions – Round 1
(register for one of the three)
1. Traceability in the hospital – in theatres, on wards, for
instruments, for home care
In this session providers who have implemented GS1 standards for traceability in
the care giving environment will share their experiences and advice: where to
start, why, drivers, sponsorship and funding, the good, the bad and the ugly of
implementation realities.
Chair: Jean-Michel Descoutures, Chief of Pharmacy, Centre Hospitalier Victor
Dupouy
Panellists: Feargal Mc Groarty, National Haemophilia System Project Manager, St.
James's Hospital, Ireland; Georges Nicolaos, Chief Pharmacist and President of the
Hospital Medicine Commission, Groupe Hospitalier de l’Est Francilien, Hospital of
Coulommiers; Pascal Bonnabry, Chief Pharmacist, University Hospitals Geneva
2. Global standards for wholesalers/distributors –
implementation and benefits
During this session two wholesalers and a logistic provider who have implemented
GS1 standards will share their implementation stories. Topics covered include the
business case for implementation, where to start, driving change in a
wholesale/distribution business as well as learnings and recommendations for
others.
Chair: Scott Mooney, Vice President, Distribution Operations, Supply Chain
Assurance, McKesson
Panellists: Jeff Denton, Senior Director, Global Secure Supply Chain
AmerisourceBergen; Mike Meakin, Vice President, Global Quality Regulatory &
Compliance, Life Sciences & Healthcare, DHL Supply Chain
3. Public Policy: Medical Devices
Regulatory requirements and initiatives from around the world related to medical
devices – normally a closed group; it is only open for this session.
Moderator: Ulrike Kreysa, Vice-President Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
15:40-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:30
Implementation Reality Sessions – Round 2
(repeat of 1. and 2. register for one of the three)
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1. Traceability in the hospital – in theatres, onwards, for
instruments, for home care
Chair: Jean-Michel Descoutures, Chief of Pharmacy, Centre Hospitalier Victor
Dupouy, Centre Hospitalier Victor Dupouy
Panellists: Feargal Mc Groarty, National Haemophilia System Project Manager, St.
James's Hospital, Ireland; Georges Nicolaos, Chief Pharmacist and President of the
Hospital Medicine Commission, Groupe Hospitalier de l’Est Francilien, Hospital of
Coulommiers; Pascal Bonnabry, Chief Pharmacist, University Hospitals Geneva
2. Global standards for wholesalers/distributors –
implementation and benefits
Chair: Scott Mooney, Vice President, Distribution Operations, Supply Chain
Assurance, McKesson
Panellists: Jeff Denton, Senior Director, Global Secure Supply Chain
AmerisourceBergen; Mike Meakin, Vice President, Global Quality Regulatory &
Compliance, Life Sciences & Healthcare, DHL Supply Chain
3. Public Policy work group – Pharmaceuticals & Vaccines
Regulatory requirements and initiatives from around the world related to
pharmaceuticals and vaccines – normally a closed group; it is only open for this
session.
Moderator: Peggy Staver, Director Product Integrity, Pfizer and Ulrike Kreysa,
Vice-President Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
17:30-18:30
Poster reception
Discover the latest GS1 Healthcare implementations and initiatives developed by GS1
member organisations over a nice tea or juice and typical sweets – vote for the best
poster
17:30-19:00
International Government Healthcare Supply Chain Think Tank
(Invitation only)
Open to international government healthcare organisations – discussions will be held
under the Chatham House Rule
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Day 2: Tuesday,19 April
8:30 – 9:00 Welcome coffee
9:00 – 13:00
Plenary session – Supply Chain Security
Traceability is today a focus of many regulatory bodies, and worldwide
regulations and activities are evolving. This session discusses traceability
and authentication, counterfeiting and the need to get the original
product to the patient.
9:00 – 9:25
Saudi Food and Drug Authority track and trace: why, when, and
how
Abdullah F. Al-Meshal, Director of Business Support Department, Saudi Food and
Drug Authority, Drug Sector
9:25 – 9:50
GS1 DataMatrix instructions on secondary packaging in Jordan
Dr. Amal Abu Alrob, Pharmacist, Pricing Department, Jordan Food and Drug
Administration
9:50 – 10:15
The traceability roadmap in Egypt
Dr. Makram Atef Makram, Associate Minister, Ministry of Health and Population,
Egypt
10:15 – 10:40
Stronger together: How safety of patients benefits from close
alignment of authorities and manufacturers
Rene Trotha, MSC Country Coordinator Middle East, Bayer Technology Services
GmbH
10:40 – 11:10
U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) update
Peggy Staver, Director Product Integrity, Pfizer
11:10 – 11:40 Coffee break
11:40 – 12:05
EU Falsified Medicines Directive – EU Commission, DG Health and
Food Safety
Patrizia Tosetti, Policy Officer, European Commission, DG Health and Food
Safety, Medical Products – Quality, Safety and Innovation
12:05 – 12:30
The European stakeholder model with end-to-end authentication
of medicines to prevent counterfeiting
Michael P. Rose, Vice President, Supply Chain Visibility, Johnson & Johnson
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12:30 – 12:55
One barcode for traceability and product information
Waleed Sabet, Head of Marketing, Globalpharma-Sanofi, UAE
12:55 – 13:00 Introduction to afternoon sessions
13:00 – 14:00
Networking lunch
14:00 – 15:30
Ask the experts (half an hour each - three in parallel – three
rounds)
Topics:
1. Serialisation – Peggy Staver, Director Product Integrity,
Pfizer
2. Tactical steps for hospital implementations – Justin Bitter,
Manager OR and serialisation departments, Bernhoven
Hospital, The Netherlands
3. EDI –Tania Snioch, Director Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
4. GS1 DataMatrix – Chuck Biss, Senior Director, AIDC
Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
5. Master data management – Pete Alvarez, Senior Director
Master data management, GS1 Global Office
6. Patient and caregiver identification – Christian Hay, Senior
Consultant, GS1 Global Office
7. How to start implementing traceability in a country – Grant
Courtney, Packaging Lead Manager, GSK
8. Master data management – Pete Alvarez, Senior Director
Master data management, GS1 Global Office
9. Serialisation – Peggy Staver, Director Product Integrity,
Pfizer
16:00 – 22:30 Networking event
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Day 3: Wednesday, 20 April
8:30 – 9:00 Welcome coffee
9:00 – 11:05
Plenary session– Unique Device Identification (UDI) and
regulatory Track & Trace initiatives for Medical Devices
UDI aims to establish a single device identification system that is
consistent, unambiguous and globally standardised. The session
provides an overview of the status on UDI across the world and informs
on other initiatives regarding track & trace for medical devices.
9:00 – 9:30
Saudi UDI expectations and barcode requirements
Dr. Nazeeh S. Alothmany, Vice Executive President, Saudi Food & Drug
Authority;
Meshal A. Al-Amri, Executive Director, Premarket Approval & Scientific
Evaluation Management, Saudi Food & Drug Authority
9:30 – 10:05
UDI and traceability – developing regulations
Duygu Şahin, Regulatory Affairs Specialist, ARTED, Turkey
10:05 – 10:35
UDI – experiences of implementation of the U.S. FDA UDI rule
Andrea Mitchell, Regulatory Affairs Lead, Medtronic
10:35 – 11:05
GDSN implementation, UDI Databases and product data for
hospitals
MJ Wylie, Global GDSN Deployment, Johnson & Johnson; Nick Manzo, Global
Senior Director of Industry Development, 1WorldSync
11:05 – 11:35 Coffee break
11:35 – 13:10
Global standards - worldwide
11:35- 11:40
Launch Healthcare EDI implementation kit
Holger Clobes, Head of Global eCommerce and Auto ID, B.Braun Group; Hans
Lunenborg, Sector Manager Healthcare, GS1 Netherlands
11:40 – 12:05
Benefits of Quality Data and GS1 EDI for Healthcare
Andrew Potter, Group Inventory Manager, Ramsay Health Care, Australia
12:05 – 12:30
Tanzania and Barcodes: quenching a thirst for data
Brian Taliesin, Systems Analyst, Digital Health Solutions, PATH
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12:30 – 12:55
The RH GTAG – Reproductive Health Global Traceability Advisory
Group
Ramy Guirguis, Senior Information Technology Advisor, USAID; Hayley
Traeger, Technical Advisor, USAID
What does a local multi stakeholder journey to global
standardisation entail
Muhammad Tariq, Country Director, Pakistan, USAID | Deliver Project and John
Snow, Inc., Health Logistics
12:55 – 13:00
Invitation to next conference in Beijing, China
Jianhui Li, Vice President, GS1 China
13:00 – 13:10
Closing remarks – GS1 Healthcare Tri-Chairs
Afternoon
departure
13:30 Group A
Departure
14:15 Group B
Site visits to Danzas
(Both tours will last three hours including transportation)

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