The future of traceability in pharma: GS1 Standards and beyond


Join us to learn how using open, global and proven standards can improve pharma supply chain efficiency, transparency and patient safety. In this webinar, you will gain insights about:

  • The importance of using global standards for traceability in the pharma sector
  • How open, technology-independent standards permit full interoperability and compatibility
  • The role of GS1 standards in identifying, capturing and sharing information—about products, packages and locations—along the entire value chain
  • Using GS1 standards to track products and deliveries and enhance patient safety


In addition to better understanding the benefits of using GS1 standards, you get access to the latest developments in the field and how to implement these standards in your organization for supply chain management.


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Tracy Nasarenko
Vice President of Community Engagement, Healthcare at GS1 US

Tracy Nasarenko is an accomplished leader with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare and pharmaceutical supply chain, finance, product management, marketing, and operations. In her current role, Ms. Nasarenko leads a collaborative pharmaceutical industry group focused on addressing supply chain challenges and meeting the requirement of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). Using GS1 Standards, the most widely used supply chain standards in the world, she guides the implementation of these standards to help the healthcare industry deliver safe products to patients. Prior to joining GS1 US, Ms. Nasarenko held several leadership positions with SPI Pharma Inc., including serving as a site general manager and overseeing end-to-end operations.





Joe Lipari
Director, Product Lifecycle Management, Systech


Joe Lipari is responsible for the Systech serialization, traceability, and brand protection product suite. He has successfully expanded Systech's traceability platform to include end-to-end supply chain use cases, deploying an intelligent data layer to harvest and visualize critical packaging data. Joe has expertise in packaging and serialization based on engineering and deploying solutions for global pharmaceutical companies. In addition, he has extended his packaging and supply chain experience in engineering and management roles in the life sciences and consumer goods sectors. He has spoken at many industry events, and his expertise is relied on by many trade publications and journals. Joe holds a BS in Computer Science/Info Systems from Stockton University.