Executive Summary Presentation - RFID in Europe

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CLASS Executive
Summary
Presentation


RFID In Europe

Prague

March 28
-
31, 2011





Agenda


Class Promoters


Why was CLASS necessary?


CLASS the Pilot and
beyond….
















Technical RFID & software development expertise

with infrastructure for on
-
going R&D

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Implementation

of

GS
1

Standards

for


Unique

Identification

&

Automatic

Data

Capture


using

Barcodes

and

RFID

in

Ireland

Clinical

test
-
bed

and

end
-
user

involvement


in

system

development


Escalating costs of healthcare services

Growing demand from regulators

Trading partners need to share data to transact
business & support business processes.

To be efficient & effective, a common language of
globally accepted standards is essential

Key drivers for change

“Federated Database” solution facilitates this

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146
-
bed
Private hospital


Approx.
16,000

acute & elective
surgical & medical
admissions yearly


Over 900 physicians and allied health
professionals


Full range of surgical services
;
endovascular, cardiac surgery, etc.


Hybrid endovascular suite
; state of the
art facilities; Robotic surgery.


Over 8,000 surgeries; 2,000
Cath

lab
procedures yearly


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Per capita healthcare spending and how it relates to Average Life
Expectancy in the top 30 countries worldwide with the highest life
expectancy rates

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Healthcare
costs escalating


Threat of
counterfeit

devices


Regulatory
Bodies working on
Unique Device Identifier (UDI)


Key drivers for change,


Only addressed by adoption of
agreed
standards for product id &
data sharing


To do nothing, will
ultimately


Cost more


Take longer

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Innovative
SMART Systems
developed


Use AIDC technologies


Strong ROI for providers/clinics

Pros


Full value across entire Supply Chain unclear


Lack scalability & interoperability


Proprietary


Lack of standards

Cons


Cause Supply Chain
inefficiencies


Inserts cost & confusion


Stifles global adoption


Obstacle to
rapid &
effective recall

Net Effect of
no Standards





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Delivery of
real
-
time visibility
of
medical devices


Support innovative Solution providers


Global
standards
-
based approach
across the entire supply chain


Use of open standards for
unique
product identification & data sharing


Federated database
(GHX) to store
information


EPCIS
(GS1Visibility
Network)
to share
information


Application of Automatic Identification
and Data Capture (AIDC) and
Electronic Data Exchange
technologies.


Standardised label format
(
sGTIN
) /
2
-
D DataMatrix (ECC 200) / RFID (EPC
Gen 2)







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G
overnance
structure
protects
interests of
all
stakeholders

Not for
profit,
neutral entity

Ensure full
representation
of healthcare
supply chain,
influencers &
key academic
thought
leaders

Comprised of:


Manufacturers


GS1


GTI


GHX




Solution
providers


AutoID

Labs


Clinical opinion
leaders (WVI et al)






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Based on
open
GS1/EPCglobal
standards


Provides
interoperability

essential for mass
adoption.


Copes with
different data carrier/capture
technologies


Proposes
federated database


facilitate exchange of
transactional data


for providers and manufacturers


up
to
point of use
data capture.


Based on
Clinical input
& best practices


Provides
non
-
partisan certification
service to
ensure solutions comply with the standards






UHF Near Field
or

2D barcode reader

Hospital OR

Hospital
Stockroom

(post sterilization

if RFID)

Labeling

Overlabelling

Stocking

Point of use

Post use

EMR

Federated

database

Product label

bar code

EPC Compliant
Reader


Product ID


Serial # (if have)


Batch/lot #


Expiry date

Manufacturer


Product ID


Serial # (
always
)


Batch/lot #


Expiry date


Product ID


Serial #


Batch/lot #


Expiry date


Product ID


Serial #


Batch/lot #


Expiry date


Patient record


Product ID


Serial #


Batch/lot #


Expiry date


Patient
demographic
association


Product ID


Serial #


Batch/lot #


Expiry date

Phase 1

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Tagged over 660 high
-
value
endovascular products
(guide
-
wires, stents,
balloons, etc.)


Successfully demonstrated
system


Could
be deployed
across
multiple manufacturers
based
on existing, global
standards


Could
be
seamlessly
integrated
into current
clinical workflow
practices


Did
not impact on
medical equipment
as a
result of the UHF RFID










CLASS Label

RFID

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Barcode

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

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1
2
3
4
5
6
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Would you prefer RFID/Barcode?
Would you be willing to share POU info with Suppliers
Do you share POU info with suppliers?
Would you make a capital investment for preferred stock control
system
Keen to try Barcode
Do you feel need for Barcode
Keen to try RFID
Do you feel need for RFID
Do you have EMR
Do you use stock Tracking Software




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“…With shrinking reimbursement rates in the US, we
cannot afford to waste resources. When can we
start?...”

Gary M.
Ansel
, MD,



Care Riverside Methodist Hospital
,
Columbus, Ohio.


“…We need to track products between various
centers

within our medical group and many of these are in
different cities across the United States. Why isn’t this
available already?...”

Sam S.
Ahn
, MD, FACS, MBA,



University Vascular Associates and DFW Vascular Group













Phase 1


Model system successfully
deployed in clinical setting
.


Phase 2


Implement in
a number of
“Centres of Excellence”


Concentrated in one geographical
region (Boston, Tokyo, etc)


Mixture of
RFID and/or barcodes


Inclusive model


Speeds roll
-
out


Adheres to principal of open
standards


Allows leeway for technology to
develop


Further research to better
understand RF interference







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Healthcare costs are increasing

Regulatory requirements exist

Healthcare Industry needs to share product
specific data

Common language of globally accepted standards
is essential

Requires involvement & support of
all

stakeholders

CLASS can facilitate this

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kevin.mcguinness@georgiatech.ie

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jim.bracken@gs1ie.org

niamhmhynes@gmail
.
com


www.vascular.ie


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