Overcome Hospital Supply Chain Challenges

Address current needs and better prepare for future challenges with the help of GS1 Standards

The U.S. healthcare industry is changing rapidly and hospitals are being challenged to improve patient safety and quality of care while lowering costs, increasing efficiencies, and adapting to new legislation, reform, and regulation.

To help transform hospital supply chain efficiencies, many of today’s U.S.-based healthcare systems are using GS1 Standards to:

  • Record implant information in Electronic Health Records quickly and accurately
  • Improve the patient charge capture process
  • Simplify and enhance medication administration  
  • Support adverse event reporting and comparative effectiveness

The adoption and use of GS1 Standards can help hospitals increase efficiencies at each stage of the hospital supply chain – from receiving to pharmacy to patient room.

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Case Study: VA Medical Centers

Demonstrating the benefits of scanning UDI barcodes on the front lines.

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Case Study: CentraState Healthcare System

CentraState Lays Foundation for the Future.

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Case Study: Mercy

Supply chain, clinical and IT departments partner to transform OR operations with GS1 Standards.

Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

Case Study: Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

Fulfilling its Vision of Digital Transformation with GS1 Standards

GS1 Standards for Healthcare Providers Certificate Course

Are a healthcare system clinical or supply chain staff member responsible for master data management, information technology, procurement, contracting, or pricing? Learn how GS1 Standards can help improve patient safety and supply chain efficiency with the GS1 Standards for Healthcare Providers Certificate Course.

GS1 Standards for Healthcare Providers Certificate Course