In the nine months of this year, 20.5 million medicine packages were checked against falsification from the medicines purchased by citizens in pharmacies or used by patients in healthcare institutions. This is 8% more than in the same period of last year, according to data from the Latvian Medicines Verification Organization (LZVO).
LZVS developer Arvato has prepared the next Core release 1.11, which will replace the current version 1.10. With the new version of the Core release, several functional changes and improvements will be introduced, including SSO (single sing out) functionality improvements, as well as system security enhancements.
The European Medicines Verification Organization (EMVO) has launched a newsletter, which informs about the National Medicines Verification Organization (NMVO) and the European Change Control Board (EU CCB) created by the EMVO, various working groups – IT, quality, as well as the Inter-Operability Testing group, which allows for more efficient management of the medicines verification system and improvement of its development in all Member States.