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GS1 Ireland Case Studies


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Traceability of infant feeds

Best practice patient safety and traceability of infant feeds at CHI (Children’s Health Ireland) at Temple Street

The new electronic traceability system ensures complete, real-time visibility of each special feed across the hospital; in stores; in the feed preparation area; on the ward, right to the patient.

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Scan for Safety /Scan for Surgery St. James’s Hospital – leading global innovation in healthcare 

St. James’s Hospital has established the Scan for Surgery programme as well as introducing the automatic tracking of precious tissue samples. Both projects make use of GS1 standards-based technology to deliver improved patient safety and efficiency.

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eProcurement at St. James's Hospital, Dublin

Delivering world-class patient safety and efficiency in healthcare by taking paper and cost out of procurement. St. James's Hospital embarked on a proof of concept project using GS1 Standards to automate and standardise the end-to-end ordering process.

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Surgical Instrument Traceability 

The deployment of GS1 Identification and bar code standards in the Irish Health Service Executive’s (HSE) Central Decontamination Units (CDUs)

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Haemophilia Treatment Traceability

Using an electronic patient record, unique product identification, barcode scanning and an innovative mobile phone app for patients St James's Hospital Dublin have been able to deliver a world class, integrated and comprehensive care solution for Haemophilia patients.

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Patient Safety and Efficiency: St James's Hospital Whitepaper

Achieving World Class Patient Safety and Efficiency in Irish Healthcare - a white paper from St James's Hospital Dublin on its eProcurement practices utilising a central standardised product catalogue and electronic business messaging (EDI).

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Surgical instrument and loan set traceability, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital.

The role of unique identification to enable surgical instrument and loan set traceability, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital.



See also- examples from around the world in the GS1 Healthcare Reference Books.

Case Studies

St James's Hospital Scan for Surgery Programme (GS1 Healthcare Reference Book 2017)

This year's issue of the GS1 Healthcare Reference Book profiles the Scan for Surgery project in St. James's Hospital, Dublin.

 
GS1 Ireland Case Studies

See case studies below from healthcare providers in Ireland who have worked with GS1 Ireland to leverage GS1 Standards

 
Traceability of Infant Feeds at CHI at Temple Street

Best Practice Patient Safety and Traceability of Infant Feeds at CHI (Children’s Health Ireland) at Temple Street

 
eProcurement at St. James's Hospital, Dublin

Delivering world-class patient safety and efficiency in healthcare by taking paper and cost out of procurement.

 
Patient Safety and Efficiency: St James's Hospital Whitepaper

Achieving World Class Patient Safety and Efficiency in Irish Healthcare - a white paper from St James's Hospital Dublin on its eProcurement practices utilising a central standardised product catalogue and electronic business messaging (EDI).

 
Haemophilia Treatment Traceability

Using an electronic patient record, unique product identification, barcode scanning and an innovative mobile phone app for patients St James's Hospital Dublin have been able to deliver a world class, integrated and comprehensive care solution for Haemophilia patients.

 
Surgical Instrument Traceability - Full Case Study

GS1 Identification and bar code standards deployed in the Irish Health Service Executive’s (HSE) Central Decontamination Units (CDUs)

 
GS1 Reference Book 2015 to 2016 St. James's Hospital Case Study

St. James's Hospital embarked on a proof of concept project using GS1 Standards to automate and standardise the end-to-end ordering process.