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In week 20, 63 products with a “2”-tag was added to the medicinal price file. A “2”- tag in the file implies that there are no more packs of that specific product on the market, released prior to the Falsified medicines Directive by 9th of February 2019. Therefore, triggered alerts must be investigated, and the packs put in quarantine during the investigation until the investigation has been finalized.
DMVO will focus on lowering alerts throughout 2020, in order to minimize resources for the entire supply chain investigating alerts triggered by technical or procedural errors.
Caps Lock causes scanner issues. In order to minimize unintended “serial numbers not found” – or ”pack not found” alerts due to scanner configuration issues, it has come to our attention that turning of Caps Lock on the key board has a positive effect and can lower false alerts.
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27.09.19OBPs are receiving alert messages in a new format.
30.08.19Experiences after FMD Directive came into force.
08.07.19The Pharmacies have started testing interfaces on their new robots.
06.06.19First falsified packs identified by the EU FMD system.
01.05.19The Danish Medicines Verification System has now been in use for more than 2.5 months.
26.02.19In continuation of the directive on Falsifield Medicines (2011/62/EU) per February 9, 2019, DMVO would like to share insight on how it has gone in Denmark.
07.02.19Is Denmark ready for the launch of FMD?
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