Resources Global Professionals
(“RGP”) today announced a new white paper that focuses on the recent Unique Device Identifier (UDI) regulation and its impact on medical device operations this year. The paper was jointly released with
, a global provider of third-party logistics services for the healthcare industry.
UDI Compliance: Impact on Medical Device Warehouse Operations
, the white paper focuses on the following areas: re-labeling, barcoding, inventory levels, product versioning and distributor/third-party handling. It is co-written by Susan Moretti, RGP’s managing consultant specializing in
, and Steve Downey, OHL’s vice president of healthcare vertical.
“UDI is requiring significant change for the medical device industry,” said Moretti. “Class III products are due to be compliant in September 2014 with other products not far behind. Whether organizations have UDI compliance programs underway or are planning them for future compliance, the impact on their supply chain and warehouse is an important one.”
Added Downey, “Warehouse operation is a critical component of the supply chain, requiring warehouse leadership to be ready for the changes that UDI will bring.”
The UDI white paper is available for download at
RGP, the operating subsidiary of Resources Connection, Inc. (NASDAQ: RECN), is a multinational professional services firm that helps business leaders execute internal initiatives. Partnering with business leaders, we drive internal change across all parts of a global enterprise - accounting, finance, risk management and internal audit, corporate advisory, strategic communications and restructuring, information management, human capital, supply chain management, healthcare solutions, and legal and regulatory services.
RGP was founded in 1996 within a Big Four accounting firm. Today, we are a publicly traded company with 3,100 professionals, annually serving over 1,800 clients around the world from more than 70 practice offices.
Headquartered in Irvine, California, RGP has served 87 of the Fortune 100 companies.