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The introduction of a system for monitoring the movement of medicines started in Chukotka

In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, a phased introduction of an automated system for monitoring the movement of pharmaceuticals from the manufacturer to the end consumer using marking (codification) and identification of packages of medicines has been launched, the press service of the regional government reported. Since 1 January, 2020 in the Russian Federation, new rules will come into force, according to which all medicines will be necessarily labeled. To do this, all medical and pharmaceutical organizations will have to connect to the "Marking" informational system.

According to the results of the meeting of the regional commission for combating illicit trafficking in industrial products, four Chukotka "competence centers" have already been registered in the Markirovka information system, which in the future will train and advise pharmacy and medical organizations of the district. They are organized on the basis of the Chukotka district hospital and the pharmacy "Ai-Bolit" in Anadyr, as well as in health facilities in Bilibino and Egvekinot.

During the meeting it was said that Roszdravnadzor together with the prosecutor's office had conducted a number of inspections of medical institutions and participants in the pharmaceutical market in Bilibino, the villages of Egvekinot and Ugolny Kopi. Unregistered medical products and falsified, poor-quality medicines were not detected during the events. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, no crimes of this nature were detected in the autonomy, the report said.