MDM for Product Data Management in the Health Care Supply Chain

Imagine the patient in intensive care for cardio problems receiving the WRONG medicine. Imagine the patient scheduled for left knee replacement waking up without his good, old trusty RIGHT knee. Yes this stuff happens, caused by dirty data.
By: Peter Fuller
Jan. 28, 2010 - PRLog -- PIM-Data, a leading MDM for Product Information management think tank offers a NEW Executive Brief. This brief, built for health care professionals, focuses on how to Optimize the Healthcare products Supply Chain. Get this Brief here:

"Product Data in the Healthcare Supply Chain"

How managing product information can support stronger compliance, processes, and marketing initiatives.

The healthcare products industry is dominated by manual activities and regulations. Product data maintained in multi systems puts a burden on profitability and performance. Manufacturers and distributors can solve issues in logistics, compliance, customer service and marketing like these:

>Product information must conform to regulatory requirements to ensure accuracy, safety, validity and effectiveness.

>Product related data taken from other systems leads to inconsistency.

>RFID and EPC systems generate extraordinary amounts of data that need to be managed, and fed to inventory and logistics applications.

>Problems with information accuracy lead to delays and errors in label, packaging, and catalog production which raises risk of legal action and slows new product introductions.

To read this Executive Briefing, please go here:

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