What UDI Means for Healthcare – An In-Depth Look

The healthcare landscape is changing.  Providers are faced with implementation of the FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI). The UDI rule was driven by patient advocates due to adverse event reporting, recalls, and more recently Meaningful Use, to name a few. Soon genome therapy will drive the methods and products to treat patients.  Metadata is another consideration in this paradigm shift.  This webinar will explain what healthcare providers need to do to meet the new and future demands of patient care.

The discussion will include:

  • Traceability from manufacturer to billing
  • System requirements for success
  • Internal vs. external processes
  • Program owners
  • Live Q & A session

Continuing Education Credit Eligible
AHRMM CPE: 1

About the Speaker:

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Jean Sargent, Vice President of Healthcare Strategy and Implementation at USDM Life Sciences

Jean is the Vice President of Healthcare Strategy and Implementation at USDM Life Sciences. She has over 36 years of experience in central service/materials and supply chain management. Jean has been actively involved with education over the last fifteen years as a speaker, educator, and writer/editor. Jean actively participates in many activities related to the healthcare supply chain to improve upon use of industry standards such as UDI to improve patient safety.

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