RXTransparent DSCSA Compliance Platform Demo

RXTransparent will be hosting bi-monthly group demonstrations. Join the RXTransparent sales team as they showcase the features of the RXTransparent Compliance platform live, with time for Q & A at the end. 

September 19th, 2019 at 11 am EDT

October 1st, 2019 at 11 am EDT

HealthTrust Members: 

Drug Supply Chain Security: What You Need to Know Today and How to Be Prepared For The Future

September 18th, 2019 at 11:30 am (EDT)

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) is an FDA regulation passed in 2013 and is designed to act as a shield to protect patients from counterfeit and illegitimate drug products.  DSCSA’s implementation is a stepwise program that will lead to a fully interoperable drug supply chain in 2023.  This presentation provides an overview of current regulatory requirements and the impact of future changes to the drug supply chain that will affect clinical and revenue cycle operations.  Attendees of this session will gain an in-depth understanding of how product identification (labeling) and data interoperability innovations will be utilized to not only secure the drug supply chain but also act as a gateway to more efficient operations.

The Road to Interoperability 2023

September 25th, 2019 at 2 pm (EDT)

After a rigorous screening process earlier this year, The Optimal Solutions Team, a collaboration of six strategic technology partners received FDA approval on their endeavoring to design a blueprint of the future interoperable drug supply chain in the US.  The Optimal team includes supply chain technology leaders RXTransparentSystechT-SystemsFarmaTrust,  Cryptowerk, and CalQLogic


After several months of work, the team is finally prepared to present our findings to the industry, including the Serialized Distributed Extensibility Service (SDxS). 


The collective approach is designed to meet and excel regulatory requirements with a solution that includes: 


  • Utilizing a digital e-Fingerprint® layer of security to create an immutable track and trace ledger that improves visibility and enhances counterfeiting detection at the product level 

  • Capturing the Internet of Things (IOT) and Cold Chain information to leverage data for additional consumer insight and analytics 

  • Deploying blockchain as the infrastructure to enable interoperability providing a reliable foundation for trust in data that has been elusive with other technologies 


Join members from The Optimal Team as they discuss how this team’s approach addresses product safety and trust issues beyond compliance and answers the DSCSA challenge for supply chain stakeholders.  

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