rfxcel’s Verification Router Service (VRS) pilot began in mid-2018. rfxcel is the first solution provider in the United States to implement and pilot the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) verification solution for wholesale distributors and manufacturers. We now have test results and success to help trading partners meet the DSCSA requirements for 2019.
With a single 2D barcode scan, the rfxcel Verification Router Service (rVRS) solution verifies serialized products in 1 second. rfxcel follows the GS1 Verification Messaging standards. By following this messaging framework, which asks verification questions and receives actionable information, the requesting party is immediately able to determine whether to accept, reject, or quarantine a product instance. rVRS will ensure wholesale distributors and manufacturers meet the November 27, 2019, deadline for the DSCSA Saleable Returns Requirement.
This rfxcel webinar presents a full industry overview as of February 2019. If you would like to receive access to the webinar recording, please email us at email@example.com.
The webinar covers the following:
- Insight into the VRS
- Timeline/Updates on the VRS pilot
- Findings of rfxcel’s VRS pilot
- Industry Updates: What’s next for VRS?
rfxcel is a track and trace software provider with leading-edge solutions to help organizations track their entire supply chain, meet regulatory compliance requirements, and protect products and brand reputations. For the last 15 years, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, and dispensers have trusted rfxcel to provide complete compliance and traceability solutions. rfxcel’s integrated track and trace software suite delivers better business outcomes and lowers supply chain costs. rfxcel is headquartered in the United States and has offices in the EU, Latin America, India, Russia, the Middle East, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific region.
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Starting in November 2020, the FDA will require wholesale distributors to verify the product identifier before re-distributing saleable returned products. By using the Verification Router Service (VRS), distributors will be able to rout the serialization data to manufacturers. In this case, when a saleable return is received, the distributor sends the product data to the third-party routing service, which then routes the information to the manufacturer.
What is Verification Router Service?
Initiated by the Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA) with feedback from the pharma industry, the verification router service is an interoperable solution used to manage the acceptance, formatting, and delivery of requests and responses to support DSCSA verification requirements and other business requirements as defined between trading partners.
In this webinar presentation document, you’ll learn about the verification router service activities below. To get copy of the webinar recording, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Accept information from an authorized requestor via an interface or manual entry using a VRS portal. This information is a called product identifier (PI).
- The requester will provide the Global Company Prefix (GCP) or Global Trade Item Number (GTIN).
- With the GCP or GTIN, you determine the routing location to where the verification will be submitted.
- The verification request is sent to the responder’s master database/system directly or to a VRS used by the responder.
- After the response is obtained, the requestor will be able to view the data and view an electronic record.
The idea is that when a return occurs, a distributor would scan the Data Matrix code, format, and send the verification request to the VRS provider. By the use of master data, which is called a Lookup Directory (LD), the request is routed to the right source. The verification request goes to the manufacturer to check if the PI is present, If it is present, the request is verified; if it isn’t, then both parties need to investigate where the issue might be.
rfxcel and the Verification Router Service
rfxcel is the industry thought leader in VRS. We extended the testing of VRS and implemented a pilot program for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Applying our expertise in supply chain track and trace, serialization, and compliance solutions, we are helping the pharma industry prepare for the November DSCSA Saleable Returns Verification deadline.