DSCSA Full Implementation Master Class

Dwight de Vera is the Vice President of Healthcare Strategy at Inmar Intelligence. Previously, Dwight was the founder and CEO of RxTransparent which was acquired by Inmar in 2020. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Supply Chain and Information Systems from the Pennsylvania State University.


Dwight is recognized as an expert in healthcare analytics and drug supply chain. He is the recipient of many healthcare and technology industry awards and his work has been featured in several industry publications. Dwight is frequently asked to represent the drug dispensing community at regulatory meetings and industry events specially focused on drug data standards and the Drug Supply Chain Security Act or DSCSA.

Dwight de Vera Overview of DSCSA Master Class Presentation at HCP Rx Buyer's Conference 2023
Dwight de Vera Overview of DSCSA Master Class Presentation at HCP Rx Buyer's Conference 2023

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

• Discuss official implementation requirements for dispensers
• Identify necessary operational changes for your facility
• Analyze FDA and state boards’ implementation plans
• How to tackle special challenges (i.e., drop shipment, 340B, emergency responders and dispenser borrow and trading)
• Describe the overall state of industry readiness

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