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38th GS1 Healthcare Global Conference

3-5 October 2023 | São Paulo, Brazil & Virtual

Connecting the future of healthcare with a simple scan

What an incredible week it was in São Paulo, Brazil and virtual!

Over 500 participants from more than 60 countries came together for the 38th edition of the GS1 Healthcare Global Conference this year. This event united healthcare professionals from across the globe, allowing them to exchange experiences, gain insights from one another, and engage in discussions about the challenges and achievements of harmonisation using GS1 standards.

Our three-day hybrid conference showcased a diverse range of speakers from various corners of the healthcare industry. They provided updates, shared experiences, and highlighted best practices concerning pharmaceutical traceability, hospital transformations, and regulations related to unique device identification (UDI).

Mark your calendars for 5-7 November 2024 and join us for the 39th GS1 Healthcare Global Conference, online!

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Thanks again to our sponsors & exhibitors!

With our partners' support, we can drive adoption of our GS1 standards in healthcare to deliver traceability across the healthcare landscape.

Dara institute
Dara institute

Conference charity

Dara Institute, formerly known as Saúde Criança Renascer, is a leading civil society organisation founded in 1991 by Dr. Vera Cordeiro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to promote health and human development. Recognised for pioneering cross-sector work on social determinants of health, Dara advocates for a multidimensional approach to combating poverty. Through its innovative Family Action Plan (PAF), it targets various aspects of human development to transform the lives of vulnerable families.

The institute's efforts in direct assistance, knowledge dissemination, public policy influence, and civil society mobilisation have been supported by over 1,600 volunteers, more than 100 employees, and a broad network of partnerships.