Pan-European Public Procurement OnLine (PEPPOL) enables government organisations such as the NHS, and private companies, to exchange electronic trading documents over an interoperable, European-wide network.
It offers a standardised network connection for electronic ordering, invoicing and shipping. For more information, please visit NHS Scan4Safety.
Yes. Article 46 of the Delegated Regulation (DR) notifies the commission of additional medicinal products that are at risk or not at risk of falsification. All submissions must be made by the MHRA. Please contact the MHRA for information on how to submit.
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The ‘mixed bulk transaction’ is a bulk of individual transactions, as opposed to a single transaction applied to a bulk of packs. It should only be used to enable cached individual transactions when connectivity has been interrupted.
Please refer to the European Pack Coding Guidelines at the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA).
First, the pharmacist scans the medicine to decommission. This sends a message to the relevant NMVS of the new market. As this NMVS will not yet contain pack data, they will then query the number with the EMVO.
Aggregation data is not available in the NMVS/EMVS. Off-system solutions may be available dependent on the particular supply chain system. Further guidance is expected from the UK NCAs (DHSC/MHRA) who can be contacted at fmd. safetyfeatures@mhra. gov. uk.