On this page are EMVS communications provided by the EMVO, together with the actions which have been, and will be, taken to mitigate Known Issues.
All Known Issues currently being faced by the EU Hub are published on the EVI (European Medicines Verification System Information) website: https://emvo-medicines.eu/evi/
SecurMed UK recommend that all OBPs subscribe to the EVI to receive these updates via email.
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact the EMVO Helpdesk Team at email@example.com.
As communicated in the Letter of Announcement shared on 26th April, the public certificates used by the EU Hub to send alerts will be updated on June 27th.
EMVO is delighted to announce that the Pilot phase of the Alert Management System (AMS) project has started as planned on October 4th.
Please find the link here to EMVO's latest Letter of Announcement
The European Commission has published a new version of the Questions & Answers document on “Safety Features for Medicinal Products for Human Use (V. 19)”.
Today marks the third anniversary of the European Medicines Verification (“EMVS”) System Go-live. This unique system ensures patient safety by detecting falsified medicines in the legal supply chain.
The European Commission with its Notice C (2020) 9264 on the Application of the Union’s pharmaceutical acquis in markets historically dependent on medicines supply from or through Great Britain from 1st...
EMVO has become aware that some OBPs are not entering the correct “Designated Wholesaler” details within their master data records.
Errors & Alerts
Please find the link to EMVOs latest Letter of Announcement, containing their guidelines on Best Practice on Alert Handling.
EMVO have been made aware that some OBPs undertake activities that are not in line with correct and compliant system use.
EMVO is launching the Alert Management System (AMS) project, which ultimate goal is to maximise the efficiency of alert management in the EMVS.
A new Letter of Announcement is available from EMVO urging everyone to subscribe to the EVI.
It is acknowledged that there is a significant number of A7 Alerts currently being propagated throughout the EMVS.
EMVO is currently undertaking a study to determine the most effective way to support the concept of aggregation/consolidation within the overall EMVS system.
2nd April 2020EMVO would like to stress out once again the consequences following Product Withdrawal and Batch recall.