Executive summary From Nano-Com

Types of barcode 1-the grocery 2-The datamatrix 3-OUR  Color Barcode 4-Patent-Enlarge Images


We are system designers for The Medical   sector . We specialize in Identification and verification system designs from the ground up, and provide the IT enterprise architecture For Good Distribution Practice in the Pharmaceutical sector (GDP) using our Encryption technology and barcoding Patent

Coding and barcoding in The pharmaceutical industry

The pharmacists are new to bar-coding, as late as 2007, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has "proposed" supermarket-style barcodes on every medication. While, the Europeans declared that by 2011 every medicine should have a code on every pack of medicine,

Now, it is becoming a  playground for high Tech IT Multinational Network , Security , and labeling companies ready for  mass Drug serialization  and E-pedigee.This means ," the printing of a unique Label on each product packaging linked to a central data repository  via a network ", leaving the medical industry  completely  confused ,and  divided.

Why bar-coding is making slow progress in the Medical Industry?

Simply, because, the idea of bar-coding is being hijacked, by the multination drug companies, and used for tackling the rise in counterfeit of their medicines entering the world legitimate supply chain .
With Mass serialization you are in effect asking the Small drug manufacturers, to invest in labeling themselves out of the drug market, in order to protect the branded drugs of the major companies from being faked .Why? they are not afterall the target for drug counterfeit .
Pedigree – a huge database housing all transactions  in the supply ,will be used to convert the warehouses, the pharmacists, into unpaid police and detectives  legally responsible for any fake drugs in the system…
 The effect of the mass serialization and pedigree will have profound effect on the structure of pharmaceutical industry, turning it into big a Drug Cartel
The patient safety is under pressure not only from drug counterfeit but also from medical errors. The statistics are equally staggering, today; Physicians prescriptions are the source for 56% of all medical errors
The medical sector, unlike the grocery, is not composed of one single seamless chain. there are two other chains in addition to the supply chain , they are
1-The prescription chain (outpatient) with 530,000 preventable ADEs each year
2-The medical care chain (the hospital, care clinks) with 800,000 preventable ADEs each year That is in USA alone…and   not in Africa

More dangerous source of errors are creeping as ,pharmacists, hospitals,warehouses try there in-house bar-coding

 As for the  Medical care these pictures are self explanary  .Move mouse-over to enlarge,

Put it very simply

In the Medical sector they have  serious drug administration errors ,wrong patient ,wrong drug ,wrong amount, wrong route ,wrong time, Plus Expired and ..and  Counterfeited drugs
WE SALUTE:(EFPIA) The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries  Associations they issued a position:
EFPIA does not believe that patient safety would be fully first secured through the Commission’s current proposals(Serialisation). Patient Safety should come .
EFPIA strongly urges that there should be ‘zero tolerance’ for counterfeit medicines and calls for the introduction of stringent measures to protect patient safety comes first.

Our Solution

During the last three years we were beating around the wrong bush, looking for a suitable barcode, for this sector, believing that might  end the coding confusion  and also solve the problem of drug counterfeit .but we discovered that Barcodes in the Pharmaceutical Sector are  not as important  as it is in the Groceries


80% of seizures of counterfeit brands are traced back to where the drug Manufacturers, outsourced the manufacturing of their brand to Asian countries to produce under license.  as predation strategy

Our message is simple : Barcode  alone cannot solve the problems. see our solution


Read details here doc1/EFP.pdf> FDAGUIDE