The virtual exchange covered how global standards are being used to help secure the global supply chain, how hospitals leveraged GS1 standards in clinical and supply processes and major insights about important regulatory updates. During the Online Summit, the audience had the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers. In case you’re interested in hearing the answer to a specific question, please send an email to email@example.com.
It was a memorable event! For those interested, recordings are available, scroll down for practical details*.
*Taking into account speaker permissions, not all recordings will be provided.
A starter session
About GS1 Standards
A special introduction session to global standards for Identify, Capture and Share. All you need to know about GS1 standards in action and to address the worldwide challenge of providing better care, with greater efficiency, for every patient.
Session 1 - 08:00 to 09:00 am CET
Session 2 - 17:00 to 18:00 pm CET
Sessions 1 & 2
Our first session focused on creating a secure and optimised supply chain in a pandemic. While for the second session, was about explaining how every part of the supply chain can benefit from the use of global standards - from clinical trials, to manufacture and distribution.
Sessions 1 & 2
On the second day of the summit, we heard experts talking about suppliers implementing global standards to meet regulatory requirements for the identification of both medical devices and pharmaceuticals. Watch the recordings and listen to the latest regulatory updates from across the globe.
Sessions 1 & 2
Our final day of the summit, leading hospitals shared how they are implementing global GS1 standards. The final session ended on building the foundations for trust in the healthcare supply chain.
You missed the event but still want to access the recordings? No problem, you can still register and catch up on what you missed!
It will only cost 50$*(USD)
*No fee for hospitals, regulators and GS1 MO staff.
Meet our speakers
For the healthcare summit, we have brought together experts in healthcare sector from across the globe to share their unique perspectives and expertise on how all parts of the healthcare supply chain are coming together in support of patient safety. The speakers range from government and regulators - to pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and wholesalers - to clinicians and other representatives from hospitals. You will have a unique opportunity to hear about national pandemic responses, opportunities for hospitals to implement global standards, clinical trials, accessing online product information.
Discover our speakers below.
Prof. Aiman El-Khatib
Dean and Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, Egypt
Christianah Mojisola Adeyeye
Director-General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Nigeria
Dr. Duangpun Kritchanchai
Associate Professor, Centre of Logistics Management and Healthcare Supply Chain (LogHealth), Mahidol University, Thailand
Feargal Mc Groarty
GS1 Healthcare Tri-Chair and National Haemophilia System Project Manager, St James's Hospital, Ireland
PD Dr. med. Hajo Reißmann
MBA, former Head of Medical Supplies Controlling, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Digital Link, Germany
Dr. Leigh Verbois
Ph.D., Director, US Food and Drug Administration, Office of Drug Security, Integrity, and Response, US
Corporate Director, Global Health, Worldwide Government Affairs & Policy, Johnson & Johnson, China
Mohd Azuwan Bin Mohd Zubir
Senior Principal Assistant Director Pharmacy Policy & Strategic Planning Division, Malaysian Ministry of Health, Malaysia
Dr. Ramy Guirguis
Ph.D., Senior Information Technology Advisor, US Agency for International Development (USAID), US
Department of Medical Equipment of the First affiliated hospital of Zhengzhou University, China
The mission of GS1 Healthcare is to improve patient safety and the quality of lives. For each participant registered GS1 donate 5$ (USD) to UNICEF to support their important work.
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