EPCglobal update

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Published on November 15, 2007

Author: Estelle

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EPCglobal Update State of Pedigree and EPC/RFID Standards:  EPCglobal Update State of Pedigree and EPC/RFID Standards April 30, 2007 Mike Rose, Tri-Chair, EPCglobal HLS IAG Ron Bone, Tri-Chair, EPCglobal HLS IAG Bob Celeste, EPCglobal North America RFID Academic Convocation Overview:  Overview State of the Standards Brief Pedigree Overview Structure Business Scenarios Pedigree Review Follow-Up Items EPCglobal Healthcare Standards:  EPCglobal Healthcare Standards Standards Update:  Standards Update Pedigree Messaging Std Item Level Tagging Tag Data Standards Standards Development BSC/TSC Approval of EU Rqmts Serialization Supply Chain Integrity 5 Track & Trace 6 Security Privacy Vendor & Industry Adoption 0 wks 4 wks 5 wks 10 wks 1 wks 4 wks 16 wks 12 wks 6 wks 4 wks 4 wks 30 DAY IP Review Collect Business Requests Form WG/ JRG Define Technical Rgmts w/EU Develop EU Technical Rqmts Technical WG Formation Prototype Test of Proposed Spec. WG Review & Approve Candidate BSC/TSC Review of Recommended Board Ratification of Standard 30 DAY IP Review IAG Business Rqmts Dev. IAG Business Case Dev. IAG WG IAG WG/JRG TAG WG 6 wks 6 wks 5 Months 10 Months 3 Months Requirements Dev. Standards Development 4 3 2 1 Standards Update :  Standards Update 3 4 5 6 Define a standard format for a Pedigree Messaging standard that will meet all current Federal and State Pedigree requirements. Status: All Standards work complete. Ratified standard – 01/2007 Certification Program underway Serialization Supply Chain Integrity Item Level Tagging Tag Data Standard Track & Trace 2 Pedigree Messaging Std 1 Standards Update :  Standards Update Define requirements for tagging pharmaceuticals at the item level. Include requirements for manufacturing lines, distribution environments, transportation and Retail environment. Status: Requirements complete. Resulted in a High Frequency technical working group to define the standard. HF & UHF initiatives underway to provide uniform air interface protocol at item level. HF Standard expected ‘07. 1 3 4 5 6 Pedigree Messaging Std Serialization Supply Chain Integrity Tag Data Standard Track & Trace Item Level Tagging 2 Standards Update :  Standards Update Define requirements for the EPC identifier to be encoded on an RFID tag. Status: Requirements complete. Identified 2 GS1 identifiers [Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and Serialized Shipping Container Number (SSCC)] to be used. Collaborating with GS1/HUG via the “Global Healthcare Initiative” -- starting with Serialization. Joint HUG/HLS Work Team 1 4 5 6 Pedigree Messaging Std Supply Chain Integrity Item Level Tagging Tag Data Standard Track & Trace 2 Serialization 3 Standards Update :  Standards Update Define requirements and/or guidelines for authenticating and decommissioning tags consistent with optimizing tag utility and consumer/patient privacy. Status: Work Group has been approved and will start in March 2007 US Drug Enforcement Agency interest in this capability is extremely high Solutions expected to span a mix of hardware, software and process responses Potential for this work to expand cross-industry 1 3 5 6 Pedigree Messaging Std Serialization Item Level Tagging Tag Data Standard Track & Trace 2 Supply Chain Integrity 4 Standards Update :  Standards Update Define supply chain use cases, processes and information needs for sharing EPC related data for forward and reverse logistics. Status: Forward & Reverse Logistics (Returns) processes and data exchanges completed Common vocabularies and location identifiers drafted Additional use cases to be addressed: 3rd Party Logistics Providers & Repackers Product Recall Data Sharing Strategy & Guidelines are currently being addressed Pedigree-on-Demand concepts being Investigated Integrate with GS1 Traceability efforts Integrate with Pedigree Model 1 3 4 6 Pedigree Messaging Std Serialization Supply Chain Integrity Item Level Tagging Tag Data Standard 2 5 Track & Trace Standards Update :  Standards Update Define additional user memory requirements for tags (ie. Lot Number, Expiration Date). Status: Work underway. Defining common data structure that can be used by all industries. 1 3 4 5 Pedigree Messaging Std Serialization Supply Chain Integrity Item Level Tagging Track & Trace 2 Tag Data Standards 6 Pedigree Messaging Standard:  Pedigree Messaging Standard Post-Ratification Activities Pedigree Messaging Standard Post-Ratification Activities:  Pedigree Messaging Standard Post-Ratification Activities Create Test Platform Create Test Scripts Create Test Guidelines Test / Certify Pedigree Software Process Re- engineering Capital Planning System Integration Infrastructure Build-out Scale up Anticipated 6/15/2007 Pedigree Overview:  Pedigree Overview Pedigree: Participants:  Pedigree: Participants Accenture Acsis Ahold USA Alcon Labs Amerisource Bergen Corp. Axway BEA Systems BMS Boeing Cardinal Health Cerfidia Cognizant Technology Solutions DHL, DHL Express Gedas Deutschland GmbH Glaxo Smith Kline GlobeRanger HDMA Hewlett Packard High Tech Aid ITRI Japan Telecom Co., Ltd. Johnson & Johnson, Mallinckrodt/Tyco Healthcare McKesson NCR NEC Corporation Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. P&G Philips Corporation Polaris Networks Raining Data Corporation rfXcel Corp. Savi Technology Stora Enso NBI SupplyScape ThingMagic Inc. TIBCO Software Track IT RFID Solutions Tyco Healthcare UPS SCS Unisys Verify Brand, Inc. VeriSign Walgreen Co Wipro What is pedigree?:  What is pedigree? A pedigree is a documented history of the chain of custody and/or the financial ownership of a prescription drug. Specific legislative requirements vary from state to state, but in general there are two types of information contained on the pedigree: Static information about the drug - name, dosage strength, expiration date, lot #, etc. The previous history of the drug - business name, date of transaction, receiving person, etc. Pedigree legislation implies that distributors and retailers will be required to maintain an association between the pedigree document and the physical product. California Pedigree laws prohibits a DC or pharmacy from acquiring, selling, trading, or transferring a drug in that state without the accompanying pedigree. Failure to comply could result in administrative fines, revocation of license and/or criminal prosecution. Pedigree Requirements & Data Structure:  Pedigree Requirements & Data Structure Pedigree Format Requirements:  Pedigree Format Requirements Support for one pedigree for each individual item Support for a collection of items sharing the same product information (same NDC, different Lots, same chain of custody) expressed on the same pedigree Pedigrees for both serialized and non-serialized items Representation of pedigrees in a portable format that can be transmitted electronically or via media Exchange using existing business transfer mechanisms (e.g., EDI VAN, EDI INT AS2, FTP, SOAP, etc.) Pedigree Creation Requirements:  Pedigree Creation Requirements Pedigree initiated by manufacturer Pedigree initiated by wholesaler With transaction information for the first wholesale distribution With authentication attachment to facilitate authentication by downstream trading partners (e.g., EDI ASN) Pedigree initiated by repacker for a repackaged product Pedigree initiated by a subsequent trading partner From received pedigree for next sale, transfer, or return From alternate representation of pedigree (e.g., scanned paper pedigree, PDF, X.12 documents, etc.) Pedigree Structure:  Pedigree Structure Pedigree format that contains the pedigree data elements Product information, transaction information, recipient information, distributor information, and digital signatures Item information to describe the specific non-serialized or serialized products in the transaction Pedigree envelope for sending collections of pedigrees to trading partners Identifying information about the envelope (to, from, date, etc.) Optional information about the relationship of pedigrees to items in cases to facilitate product-to-pedigree matching Pedigrees for the products in the shipment Core Pedigree Elements:  Core Pedigree Elements Core Pedigree Elements:  Core Pedigree Elements Review of Pedigree Standard Features Supported:  Review of Pedigree Standard Features Supported Document Based Pedigree Passing the Pedigree through the supply chain:  Document Based Pedigree Passing the Pedigree through the supply chain Manufacturer Wholesaler Repackager Provider Pedigree Electronic Pedigree Format:  Electronic Pedigree Format The basic components of a pedigree are shown in the following figure. The components in an actual pedigree depend on the specific business situation in which it is used (e.g., pedigree initiated by manufacturer, pedigree initiated by wholesaler, pedigree for repackaged item, etc.). Electronic Pedigree Format:  Electronic Pedigree Format The basic components of a pedigree are shown in the following figure. The components in an actual pedigree depend on the specific business situation in which it is used (e.g., pedigree initiated by manufacturer, pedigree initiated by wholesaler, pedigree for repackaged item, etc.). Forms for Pedigree Components for Specific Business Situations (non-normative) :  Forms for Pedigree Components for Specific Business Situations (non-normative) A pedigree and data components within the pedigree may take one of several forms depending on the context of how the pedigree was created or received (e.g., manufacturer initiated pedigree, wholesaler initiated pedigree, pedigree for repackaged item, conversion of alternate pedigree, etc.). The table below provides a non exhaustive list of use cases and the corresponding form a pedigree component may take for each of these use cases. Sample Pedigree Forms:  Sample Pedigree Forms Sample Pedigree Forms:  Sample Pedigree Forms Sample Pedigree Forms:  Sample Pedigree Forms Sample Pedigree Forms:  Sample Pedigree Forms Pedigree Scenario Walk Through:  Pedigree Scenario Walk Through Pedigree Trace Scenarios:  Pedigree Trace Scenarios Scenario 1: This scenario depicts the pedigree flow for the sale of a serialized product from a manufacturer to a wholesaler, when the manufacturer initiates the pedigree. The wholesaler then sells and ships one of the product items to a pharmacy DC. Scenario 2: This scenario depicts the sale of a non-serialized product from a wholesaler to a retail pharmacy DC, when no pedigree is provided by the manufacturer and the wholesaler initiates the pedigree. Scenario 3: This scenario depicts the sale from a wholesaler to a retail pharmacy DC, when a paper pedigree is provided by the manufacturer and the wholesaler initiates the pedigree. Scenario 4: The pedigree flow is described for a sale from a repacker to a wholesaler, where the repacker initiates the pedigree for a repackaged item. The repack pedigree contains the pedigree for the source product used to create the repack products Scenario 5: This scenario depicts the kitting of several products and the subsequent sale from a kit manufacturer to a wholesaler. Scenario 6: This scenario depicts the partial receipt of product for sale from a manufacturer to a wholesaler, when the manufacturer initiates the pedigree. It then includes another transaction from one wholesaler to another, which depicts the receipt of a pedigree without signing the pedigree on inbound receipt. The pedigree is subsequently signed on the next outbound transaction to the retail pharmacy. Scenario 7: This scenario depicts the pedigree flow for the sale of a non-serialized product from a manufacturer to a wholesaler, when the wholesaler initiates the pedigree. The wholesaler then sells and ships the product to a pharmacy DC, then the pharmacy DC returns the product to the wholesaler. Then the wholesaler sells and ships the product to another pharmacy DC. This pharmacy DC also returns the product to the wholesaler. Not Applicable in California Not Applicable in California Not Applicable in California Pedigree Track Scenarios:  Pedigree Track Scenarios The following are “Track” Scenarios and are not supported by the current Pedigree standard. Scenario 8: This scenario depicts the ability for a company to identify the location of all the units of a particular NDC/lot or a particular EPC at downstream trading partners that they have sold product to in order to support faster recalls. Scenario 9: This scenario depicts the ability for a company to see the aggregate inventory levels and product movement of all of a particular NDC/lot at downstream trading partners that they have sold product to in order to support more effective forecasting & replenishment. Not Supported by Current Standard Not Supported by Current Standard Follow-up Items :  Follow-up Items from California Board of Pharmacy Pedigree review meeting Pedigree Review Follow-up:  Pedigree Review Follow-up Unit Dose Serialization Partial Shipments Drop Shipments Signature and Certification of in-bound shipments Return of saleable product to Mfgr by Whlsr and later resold by Mfg. Pedigree status for intra-company transfers into CA. Voided Pedigrees Inference For more information on the Pedigree Messaging Standard:  For more information on the Pedigree Messaging Standard Planned Web Seminars: April 16 at   9:00 am Eastern April 24 at 11:00 am Eastern May   9 at   2:00 pm Eastern May 15 at   2:00 pm Eastern To register for a Web Seminar, please contact Bob Celeste at: [email protected] Questions:  Questions Additional Slides:  Additional Slides Pedigree Related Terms:  Pedigree Related Terms Definitions Confusion over related topics:  Definitions Confusion over related topics Definitions Pedigree, Serialization, EPC, RFID:  Definitions Pedigree, Serialization, EPC, RFID Pedigree: The document, electronic or paper, which communicates the custody history for a particular medication. Serialization: A unique number assigned and affixed to a particular unit of item. Used to identify the particular bottle. EPC: Electronic Product Code – A globally and multi-industry acceptable identifier standardized by EPCglobal used to serialize items in many supply chains around the world. RFID: The technology that can carry an EPC. Made up of a tag (computer chip), antennae and substrate. The Future of Pedigree:  The Future of Pedigree Continued use of the Pedigree Messaging Standard Investigating the use of the EPCglobal Network architecture to provide “Pedigree on Demand”

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