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  1. Welcome - João Carlos de Oliveira, President GS1 Brasil
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  2. OPENING KEYNOTE - Securing the Healthcare Supply Chain in Brazil, Dr. Pedro Ivo Sebba Ramalho Deputy-President ANVISA, Brazilian National Health Vigilance Agency
  3. Relevance of the Healthcare Conference in Brazil, Sergio Ribinik, GS1 Brasil
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  4. The World of GS1 Standards in Healthcare, Chris Adcock, GS1 Global Office
  5. Automatic Identification & Data Capture Application Standards - Enabling AIDC systems in Healthcare worldwide, Grant Hodgkins, Alcon Laboratories
  6. Global Data Synchronisation & Product Classification in Healthcare - Making electronic product catalogues through a single point-of-entry a reality, Mike Wallace, Abbott
  7. Traceability in Healthcare - Global standards to achieve end-to-end traceability, Frédérique Fremont, CHI Robert Ballanger Hospital, France
  8. Unambiguous, standardised and harmonised Unique Device Identification (UDI), Jay Crowley, Senior Advisor for Patient Safety, US FDA
  9. New Medicines Coding System to Help Address the Growing Risk of Counterfeit Medicines - Verification of Pharmaceutical Products at the Point-of-Dispense – EFPIA anti-counterfeiting pilot in Sweden, Grant Courtney, GlaxoSmithKline, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
  10. Improving Quality of Care and Patient Safety in Chile - GS1 Standards enabling product traceability system and better large scale logistics, Dr. Christian, Western Metropolitan Health Service (SSMOCC)
  11. Data Synchronisation Benefits for eProcurement and Tendering - GS1 Standards, the National Product Catalogue and eProcurement, Ken Nobbs, National eHealth Transition Authorities, Australia
  12. Supply Chain Reform as Part of the Broader eHealth Agenda in Australia, Stephen Johnston, National eHealth Transition Authorities, Australia
  13. Implementing a Traceability System for Pharmaceuticals and medical devices in Colombia - GS1 Colombia and GS1 Standards supporting the implementation, Luis Tapias, Pfizer (Formerly Wyeth Consumer Healthcare) and Leonel Pava, GS1 Colombia
  14. Overview of Automation in Brazilian Hospitals, Angela Lopes, ANAHP – Associação Nacional de Hospitais Privados (National Association of Private Hospitals)
  15. The Canadian Pharmaceutical Bar Coding Project - Widespread utilisation of automated identification technology to add another layer of patient safety to medication-use systems, Rob Bell, GS1 Canada
  16. Surgical Instruments Marking at the São Paulo University Hospital - Implementation of GS1 DataMatrix, Joao Francisco Possari, Central Institute of the Clinical Hospital of São Paulo University
  17. Pharmaceutical Products Traceability System Pilot Project in Brazil - ETCO Pilot in collaboration with ANVISA, Andre Franco Montoro Filho, ETCO (Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition)
  18. Track and Trace pilot in Pfizer, Wagner Paiva, Pfizer
  19. The Role of Standards in the Healthcare Supply Chain, Steve Capel, Covidien
  20. Drugs traceability system at the Albert Einstein Hospital, Nilson Goncalves, Albert Einstein Hospital São Paulo
  21. Benefits and Challenges of GS1 DataMatrix Implementation, Marcio Valentim, Eurofarma Laboratórios
  22. Traceability Using GS1 DataMatrix on Secondary Packages, Eduardo Lopes, Sanofi-Aventis
  23. Activities around the world – Brasil, France, Japan, UK and US
  24. CLOSING KEYNOTE: Bedside Bar Code Technology To Prevent Medication Errors and Save Lives, Mark Neuenschwander
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  25. Closing Remarks GS1 Healthcare Tri-Chairs, Mike Wallace, Abbott, Grant Hodgkins, Alcon, and Volker Zeinar, B.Braun