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    How to Demonstrate DSCSA Track and Trace Compliance with GS1 and Drummond

Meet regulations from the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and ensure US FDA and law enforcement agencies can detect stolen, contaminated or counterfeit drugs. The Electronic Product Code Information Services – EPCIS – is a global GS1 standard for creating and sharing event data regarding the physical movement and status of products throughout the supply chain.

As an approved GS1 conformance testing partner, Drummond’s automated conformance testing enables you to assess EPCIS messages for compliance with the DSCSA rule. Our tool analyzes EPCIS 1.2 test scenarios and provides detailed feedback on your conformance with the GS1 Implementation Guideline for DSCSA.

We know time is money and have built an easy to use, highly intuitive conformance portal to ensure you gain GS1 Trustmark with speed and efficiency with the following services:

EPCIS 1.2 GS1 Conformance Testing — Individual Test Scenario

Drummond provides conformance testing to drug supply chain software vendors and end-users of track and trace software seeking to meet DSCSA interoperability requirements through the use of the GS1 EPCIS 1.2 standard, through its GS1-Certified EPCIS Conformance Portal. GS1 issues GS1 EPCIS 1.2 Trustmarks for each passing test scenario. The test scenarios are defined in the GS1 US Rx EPCIS Conformance Testing Program Guide. Stakeholders include application developers, drug manufacturers and wholesalers, and dispensers.

EPCIS 1.2 GS1 Conformance Testing All Test Scenarios — Yearly Subscription

Drummond provides conformance testing to drug supply chain software vendors and end-users of track and trace software seeking to meet DSCSA interoperability requirements using the GS1 EPCIS 1.2 standard. Drummond provides conformance testing through its GS1 Certified EPCIS Conformance portal. GS1 issues GS1 EPCIS 1.2 Trustmarks for each passing Test Scenario. The test scenarios are defined in the GS1 US Rx EPCIS Conformance Testing Program Guide. Stakeholders include: application developers, drug manufacturers and wholesalers, and dispensers.

EPCIS 1.2 GS1 Conformance Testing Manufacturer — Yearly Subscription

Provides you with twelve months of access to conformance testing of up to seven test scenarios as defined by GS1 for manufacturer to downstream trading partners. Manufacturer can test all test scenarios for at most two (2) versions of their application in a 12-month calendar period.

EPCIS 1.2 GS1 Conformance Testing Wholesaler — Yearly Subscription

Provides Wholesaler or software provider with a 12-month access to conformance testing of up to 9 test scenarios as defined by GS1 for manufacturer dispenser. Wholesaler can test all 9 test scenarios for at most two (2) versions of their application in a 12-month calendar period.

To view the GS1 EPCIS FAQ page
To view the GS1 Global Registry FAQ page

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