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In 2020 more than 100 million medicines were stolen in Brazil.

SEMINAR OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY FOR

TRACEABILITY OF MEDICINES AND STRATEGIC SUPPLIES

 

Purpose

 

Free online workshops, which will take place during November 2021, focusing on the discussion of the application of Automation Engineering and Information Technology in supporting business processes in all links of the pharmaceutical chain, resulting from Law 13.410/16, as well as opportunities to de-bureaucratize logistical processes related to strategic health supplies.

A wide agenda of discussions, covering the essential aspects of regulation:

- Current advances.
- Critical success factors in the implementation.
- Reference architectures.
- Next steps.

ORGANIZATION

In order to explore changes in drug traceability scenarios for participants in the pharmaceutical chain, SETRM&2021 will promote the integration and exchange of experiences between government agencies, academics and companies in order to accelerate the implementation of the SNCM. The seminar was organized by GAESI (Gestão em Automação e Tecnologia da Informação) - Automation and Information Technology Management, of Department of Energy Engineering and Electrical Automation, at Polytechnic School of University of São Paulo, together with professors from the Faculty of Medicine, under the general coordination of the Prof. Dr. Eduardo Mario Dias, head Professor at POLI.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Executives, managers and technical professionals from all links in the drug supply chain, government agencies, as well as professors, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from engineering, technology, medicine and administration courses were able to benefit from this meeting, which disseminated principles, methodologies and solutions applicable to the SNCM.

O EVENTO
DISCUSSÕES

DYNAMICS

OPERATIONAL

11.03.22 - Technological trends using global standards

An approach to innovative practices that use global standards and technological trends to automate internal processes in companies or improve the experience with customers, consumers, patients and healthcare professionals. 

Topics that will be covered:

  • GS1 Digital Link and mobile technology at the service of the patient and healthcare professional;

  • GDSN (Global Data Synchronization Network);

  • Global VbG Program (Verified by GS1);

  • Smart tags with product-level IoT adoption;

  • Smart sensors in the implementation of RDC430 and synergies with traceability;

  • Biomarkers.

Duration: 1h30min

Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

11.10.22 - Horizontal Integration
Horizontal integration is related to the adoption of best management practices in the supply chain, assessment of technologies and processes in order to automate operations, increase productivity and visibility between partners in the chain. Topics that will be covered:

  • GS1 Horizontal Communication (Traceability);

  • VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory) and CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment);

  • Control Towers concept with visibility of inventory, products in transit, customer orders and consumption at the end of the chain (hospitals, pharmacies, etc).

Duration: 1h30min 
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

11.17.22 - Traceability applied to the ESG agent
Use of traceability concepts within the domain of the ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) agenda, best practices and benefits for companies and society. Topics that will be covered:

  • Traceability applied to sustainability: circular economy, waste management, carbon footprint along the supply chain, etc.;

  • Provenance transparency: complete visibility into the supply chain, source of raw materials, production, product reliability and patient safety;

  • Other controls and corporate governance associated with supply chain management and product traceability;

  • Citizen benefits: product information, electronic labeling, knowledge and education.

Duration: 1h30min 
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

24.11.22 (hybrid) - Value Beyond Integrity (Value Beyond Compliance)
Foster the discussion about benefits and business opportunities as well as improvements in the supply chain of pharmaceutical products in Brazil that go beyond the simple compliance with the regulation of serialization and traceability of medicines.
Duration: 5 (five) hours 
Time: 14:00 to 19:00

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ORGANIZATION

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

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ORGANIZAÇÃO

AND ACADEMIC TEAM

EQUIPE

ACADEMIC TEAM

Coordination

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Eduardo Mario Dias
GAESI-USP
Vidal Melo
GAESI-USP
Maria Lídia
GAESI-USP
Marco Bego
HCFMUSP | InovaHC
Giovanni G. Cerri
INRAD  HCFMUSP
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Elcio Brito
GAESI-USP | SPI
Jairo Cardoso
GAESI-USP | SPI
Ari Costa
MAUA
Antonio Cabral
MAUA
ADDRESS

Instituto de Radiologia - INRAD

AUDITÓRIO 

R. Dr. Ovídio Pires de Campos, 75 - Portaria 1

Cerqueira César - São Paulo/SP

CEP 05403-010

 

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