Today, we offer the industry`s most powerful track and trace solution. And now, as part of Antares Vision Group, we are confident that we offer the world`s most comprehensive end-to-end supply chain track and trace solution. From L1 to L5, we have the hardware and software solutions that offer all the benefits of Track & Trace for pharmaceuticals – or any product category. Track and trace for pharmaceuticals is no longer an option. This is a prerequisite for companies operating in the United States, Europe, Russia, Brazil. Virtually every market in the world. Simply put, not having a modern track and trace system is not a risk worth taking. For example, the U.S. SSDA describes how manufacturers must begin the track and trace process by generating T3 data for drugs at the batch level. Stakeholders at each node in the supply chain – from wholesalers to repackers to distributors – must receive an electronic copy of T3 data. They must also create and complete T3 data when they sell the product.

The government ended its track and trace system when it ended the legal requirement to self-isolate in February. When DSCSA requirements are fully implemented by November 2023, recalled or returned drugs can be easily traced through the supply chain. This is done by moving from the shipping level to tracking (i.e., serialized) to the unit level. You must assign a traceability lot code to a food on the Food Traceability List (FTL) if you do any of the following: first, package a raw agricultural product (RAC) that is not food from a fishing vessel; make the first ingestion on land of food produced by a fishing vessel; or processing a food. If you receive an FTL food from an entity exempt from the final rule, you must assign a TLC if a TLC has not already been assigned (unless you are a food retailer or restaurant). Otherwise, you cannot set up a new TLC if you are performing other activities (such as shipping) for a food on the food traceability list. We`ve been doing Track & Trace for pharmaceuticals for nearly 20 years, longer than any other solution provider, and we thought it was the right time to rethink the fundamentals as part of our ongoing discussion about the pharmaceutical supply chain. Let`s take a look. Not all countries with serialization requirements have track and trace requirements.

However, regulators in many countries are beginning to combine track and trace with serialization to achieve their goals, which include fighting counterfeit, stolen or falsified medicines. After the introduction of the vaccine rules, the rules were relaxed to allow fully vaccinated people to avoid isolation as close contacts before the rule was completely abolished. Serialized products must be supported by other processes and data points derived from Track & Trace. For the United States According to the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), these additional data points are provided via so-called “T3” data (transaction history, transaction extract, transaction information). With Track & Trace for pharmaceuticals, you can locate the current and past locations of an item in your supply chain. It`s a powerful tool that no pharmaceutical company can do without, especially as regulations impose track and trace capabilities and specific requirements for recording and sharing supply chain data. You will receive a link to the NHS Test and Trace website and you will be asked to create a confidential account where you can save details of your recent close contacts. If you do not have access to the internet or do not complete the online process, one of our contact tracers will call you to receive this information from you.

The food traceability rule requires people who manufacture, process, package or store food on the Food Traceability List (FTL) to maintain key data elements (CDTs) for specific critical tracking events (ETCs) in the food supply chain and make them available to their supply chain partners. This framework provides the basis for effective and efficient traceability and clearly communicates the information the FDA needs for such traceability. The Food Traceability List (FTL) identifies foods for which additional traceability records are required. The additional record-keeping requirements apply to foods specifically listed in the FTL and foods containing foods listed as ingredients, provided that the food listed as an ingredient is in the same form (e.g., fresh) in which it appears on the list. The information that companies are required to keep and share in accordance with the rule varies depending on the type of supply chain activities they carry out in relation to an FTL food, from harvesting or production of the food to processing, distribution and reception in the retail trade or other point of service. The proposed requirements focus on the assignment, registration and sharing of batch traceability (TLC) codes for FTL foods, as well as the link between these TLCs and other information to identify foods as they move through the supply chain. The EU Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD), for example, is very clear: no or incorrect data does not mean a sale. In the U.S., wholesalers cannot purchase products that are not serialized or traceable, and manufacturers and reconditioners run the risk of losing their licenses if they don`t serialize their products and launch T3. Distributors face similar risks when accepting and selling products without serial numbers or T3 data. Track & Trace for pharmaceuticals is based on a deliberate combination of technologies and processes. Its “brick” is serialization, which gives a product a unique identity that allows it to track and track it 24/7, to be authenticated at any time (for example before sale, issue, return or recall) and turn it into a so-called digital asset with many benefits and applications. More and more companies that do not implement track & trace for pharmaceuticals are taking a big risk.

You can face hefty fines and/or jail time, lose drug licenses, and be banned from lucrative markets. The uniform national policy states that no state (or political subdivision of a state) may establish or maintain tracking and tracing requirements for prescription drugs throughout the distribution supply chain that are incompatible, more stringent, or complement the requirements of the FD&C Act (as amended by the DSCSA). The Agency has published these guidelines to help industry and states understand the current law. For more information, see the FDA Drug Product Traging: The Effect of Section 585 of the FD&C Act. For most of the pandemic, Track & Trace has been used to warn people when experts have suggested it won`t be long before we talk about “contracting Covid”, just as we do with cold contact with people who then tested positive for Covid-19. When properly designed and implemented, a pharmaceutical track and trace system does exactly what its name promises: it tracks a drug, a vaccine, a medical device – all in any configuration – as it moves through the supply chain and traces backwards to show where it was in the supply chain, down to the individual ingredients or components. who created it together. We led an FDA-approved verification router service pilot, tracked changes to timelines, wrote white papers, and thoroughly reviewed upcoming requirements. We also hosted four successful webinars this year, the Plan for DSCSA Readiness in March and our three-part DSCSA 2023 series in June. Once a TLC has been assigned to a foodstuff, the records required for each critical follow-up event (ETC) shall contain that TLC. All Key Data Elements (KDEs), including TLC, must be linked to the corresponding traceability untraceability.

All statewide licensees use the California Cannabis Track and Trace (CCTT) system to track the movement of cannabis and cannabis products throughout the supply chain. This is called “seed-to-sale” tracking. Traceability Batch Code (TLC) means an often alphanumeric descriptor used to uniquely identify a traceability batch in the records of the company that assigned the traceability batch code.