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EU FMD includes serialisation, verification and compliance reporting requirements:
- Serialisation. Manufacturers must mark packages with four data elements – a product identifier, serial number, lot or batch number and an expiry date. A fifth data element, such as a national reimbursement number, may also be required for some markets.
- Verification. Serialisation must happen at the secondary or saleable-unit level to enable product verification at one or more stops along the supply chain. By law, pharmacy dispensers must verify drug product identity prior to dispensation. Safety features such as anti-tampering devices also need to be verified.
- Compliance reporting. Information such as product code, lot or batch number, expiry date, doses per pack, target markets and serial number information must be reported to the European Medicines Verification System (EMVS) to verify the identity of medicines for sale in EU markets. In some cases, such as for parallel importation, reporting is also required by supply chain partners.