Code Check for Dispensers - EU

DISPENSERS – MEET THE FALSIFIED MEDICINES DIRECTIVE DEADLINE (FMD) WITH rfxcel Code Check (rCC)

ARE YOU READY FOR FMD?

By February 9, 2019 all pharmaceutical dispensers in M Davison the European Economic Areas (EEA) must be able to electronically verify and decommission prescription medicines prior to dispensing.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE FMD COMPLIANT?

To be FMD compliant, a dispenser / pharmacist must verify the pack features (tamper evidence and Data Matrix code) prior to dispensing the drug to the patient. This means dispensers / pharmacist M Davisons need to have an established and ongoing connection to their country’s National Medicines Verification System (NMVS) as well as a scanner capable of reading the Data Matrix codes printed on medicine packs.

WHY CHOOSE rfxcel Code Check (rCC)?

Enlist rfxcel as your FMD Service Provider. We can provide you with a secure connection to any NMVS, and through our software, you can verify, decommission, recommission and do all the other functions required under FMD. Our solution easily integrates with standard Data Matrix scanners and addresses the FMD validation process through a simplified pharmacy specific workflow. rfxcel can handle split packs, aggregation to bag labels during preparation of prescriptions in advance, and other pharmacy-specific activities impacted by FMD. We offer standalone solutions or we can work with your pharmacy software provider to fully integrate;

RCC FEATURES AT A GLANCE

Seamless Integration

  • Integrates with any NMVS
  • Integrates with any standard Data Matrix scanner
  • Integrates with most pharmacy software

Simplied Workfows

  • Medicines Authenticity Verification
  • Decommission or Recommission Serial Numbers
  • Split Pack / Aggregation to Labels

Secure NMVS Connection

  • Accessible through the internet – no downloads required
  • Security and software up-grades are timely taking the guess-work out of FMD requirements updates
  • Role-based pharmacy access

Ready to see what rfxcel can do?