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Although our scope has expanded beyond the initial HIBC labeling mandate issued 30 years ago, we have continued to emphasize ‘safety first’ through the years.
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HIBCC will now enumerate 340B/WAC HINs within 30 days of the program start date. In order to further assist our licensees, HIN requests for any 340B or WAC account will be accepted up to 30 days before the program effective date of the covered entity or contracted pharmacy. read more →
On Friday, March 14, 2014, a new set of HIN distribution files will be available online. Download the periodic HIN distribution from iHIN at http://www.hibcchin.org/ read more →
HIBCC President, Bob Hankin presents to the Dental Trade Alliance. View the presentation Here. read more →
The Health Industry Supplier Labeling Standard 2.4 – Now Available?? Download a copy of the HIBC SLS 2.4 HERE. read more →
European Dental Industry Organization Expresses Support for the HIBC UDI. Download the communiqu?? from FIDE (Federation of the European Dental Industry) HERE. read more →
FDA Accredits HIBCC as Issuing Agency for UDI.???? HIBCC has been accredited by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration as an issuing agency for the assignment of Unique Device Identifiers (UDIs).?? Read more HERE. ?? read more →
- 16 May 2019iHIN® Web Based Portal Enhancement and New Processes Scheduled
- 06 May 2019Saudi Food and Drug Authority Releases Guidance Designating HIBCC as an Issuing Entity
- 01 May 2019FDA Releases Final Guidance on Convenience Kits
- 08 Apr 2019HIBCC Releases UDI Suite
- 03 Apr 2019The Global Medical Device Nomenclature (GMDN) Membership is now available for free as of April 1st