RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, in healthcare may help improve patient safety by reducing medical errors.1 +RFID supports that effort by eliminating tedious manual tagging and data entry.
Fresenius Kabi +RFID medicines feature a high-performance RFID tag embedded in the label that contains the relevant data that hospitals rely on every day to immediately identify, locate and manage their inventory. All necessary product information is accessible from the tag, which enables an interoperable environment and item-level serialization of each Fresenius Kabi +RFID product.
Manufacturer-prepared Manufacturer-prepared medication under strict FDA guidelines and cGMP processes
Embedded tag and data Embedded data may help reduce the risk of error from manual tagging and data entry
Quality assurance Tag functionality and encoded data are validated throughout the automated cGMP manufacturing process (ensuring tag robustness and data accuracy)
Pre-tagged Products arrive pre-tagged, eliminating tedious manual tagging and associating product information
Ready-to-read Custom designed tags are ready-to-read, loaded with essential drug information: NDC, expiration date, lot, and unique serial number
Time savings Saves time for pharmacy personnel, freeing up specialized resources to focus more on value-added tasks
Clear identification Labels will include RFID identifiers to indicate which products are pre-tagged
Authentication Locked serialization at the unit of use allows for the identification of genuine Fresenius Kabi products
Built for the Future +RFID smart labels are built on industry standards to ensure interoperability and actionable data from our tag, enabling multiple read-points to easily leverage information. No cloud lookups needed.
GS1 is a global standards organization that brings efficiency and transparency to the supply chain. With guidance from GS1 US, +RFID developed a traceable serialized numbering system for each pre-tagged product.
RAIN RFID promotes the universal adoption of UHF RFID technology. Through RAIN’s partnership, +RFID hopes to create a global-reaching network of technology partners.
ISO sets international standards in a variety of industries. +RFID smart labeled products are developed under ISO/IEC 18000-63:2013, which regulates the RFID technology space.
Axia Lab of Michigan State University (MSU) provides expert led, third-party validation services for RFID tagged pharmaceutical products based on GS1’s Tagged Item Performance Protocol (TIPP) Guidelines to ensure consistent performance and reliability.
+RFID tags and smart labels are custom designed per medication specification. Each tag provides the highest quality read out and is built to stand up to the demands of the supply chain. View Products page for details on system compatibility.
|Tag Type||ISO/IEC 18000-63 (UHF Gen2 - RAIN RFID)|
|Serialization||14 Digit Random|
|Data Standards||GS1 EPC Global Standard|
|GS1 Identifiers||SGTIN-198 with Lot and Expiry Date|
|Industry Compliant||GS1, ISO/IEC|
|Embedded Data||GTIN (NDC), Expiry, Lot, Serial Number|
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