GS1 Healthcare Reference Book
Study of three international health systems showcases the benefits of supply chain transformation
Dr. Anne Snowdon is a professor and Academic Chair of the World Health Innovation Network (WIN), and Scientific Director and CEO of SCAN Health

Below are featured case studies for 2019/2020. Access the full collection here: Reference Book 2019/2020

Automating inventory management with GS1 EDI standards (Germany) Learn More CAISM and Cristália partner together for increased patient safety, improved processes and reduced costs (Brazil) Learn More CentraState lays foundation for safer future (United States) Learn More Derby Teaching Hospitals save £2.8 million by using GS1 standards in operating theatres (United Kingdom) Learn More Device identification for traceability in the IVD-reagent supply chain (China) Learn More GAM launches E_GEN, a platform for exchanging product and supply information (France) Learn More Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein continues its journey to full traceability of pharmaceuticals (Brazil) Learn More Leeds Teaching Hospitals deploy Zebra printers and GS1 standards for positive patient identification (United Kingdom) Learn More Leeds Teaching Hospitals takes huge savings in time and spends it on patient care (United Kingdom) Learn More Leveraging GS1 standards to ensure accuracy and safety of patient care at Canberra Hospital (Australia) Learn More LM-Dental moving to GS1 standards for dental product traceability with EPC/RFID (Denmark and Finland) Learn More Mediplus leverages the GS1 Global Data Synchronisation Network for master data communication (United Kingdom) Learn More Mercy advises that collaboration is the best medicine (United States) Learn More More than bar codes: Integrating Global Standards-based bar code technology into National Health Information Systems (Ethiopia and Pakistan) Learn More Scanning the horizon: the evolution of Scan4Safety in the NHS (United Kingdom) Learn More Teleflex harnesses strong partnerships for patient safety (United States) Learn More Tokai University Hospital achieves traceability and increased efficiencies in operating theatres (Japan) Learn More Traceability of medical devices in the Gottsegen György Hungarian Institute of Cardiology (Hungary) Learn More Using Global Location Numbers for a unique identification system in Swiss healthcare (Switzerland) Learn More