Innovit, GS1 Global Healthcare Conference and new EUDAMED & MDR Challenges

by Innovit Corporate Affairs | January 30, 2019 | Blog

We’re attending the GS1 Global Healthcare Conference!

Master data is at the center of important initiatives within healthcare including patient safety, post-market surveillance, supply chain optimization and regulatory compliance. While manufacturers have invested resources to meet regulatory requirements for Unique Device Identifier (UDI) and are now gearing up for the Medical Device Regulations (MDR) in Europe, there is a growing belief that data is still far from being effectively managed and used by manufacturers, GPOs and hospitals (care providers) to bring high impact transformation in healthcare.

Innovit is very well placed to meet the new challenges of EUDAMED and the wider MDR submissions. We are building on our experience with the GUDID and – as one of the few FDA certified third-party submitters – working with our global healthcare customers to design solutions for both structured data submissions and unstructured data. These solutions will enable our customers to comply with all pillars of MDR, not merely the EUDAMED module.  Ultimately, adding this new connector to our existing global UDI Multi-Connector and wider MDM offering provides our customers with a comprehensive solution to meet their master data needs today and tomorrow.

That’s why we’re especially pleased to be attending the GS1 Global Healthcare Conference, 26-28 March 2019, Noordwijk-Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The event brings together over 220 healthcare professionals from 33 countries with the intent to exchange and debate on many of those main challenges and initiatives.

Our team will be actively attending several key sessions and will be at Booth #5 featuring our leading MDM and PIM healthcare solutions.  Aside from technology trends, we’ll be talking about the challenges of MDR compliance, how to enable data sharing & transparency across the supply chain and share ideas on ways to leverage data beyond compliance.