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Full Capability
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Description

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Supports compliance with the Falsified Medicines Directive and minimise the risk that falsified medicinal products are supplied to the public.



Outcomes

For General Practice:Minimise the risk that falsified medicinal products are supplied to the public. 




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Epic 1

C40E1 - verify Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers

As a Practice User

I want to verify Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers

So that the Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers are verified

Acceptance criterion 1: verify Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers

Given the Practice User is permitted to verify Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers

When the Practice User chooses to verify a Medicinal Product Unique Identifier

And the authenticity of Medicinal Product Unique Identifier is verified

Then the Medicinal Product Unique Identifier is verified

Acceptance criterion 2: fail to verify Medicinal Products for supply to the public

Given the Practice User is permitted to verify Medicinal Product Unique Identifiers

When the Practice User chooses to verify a Medicinal Product Unique Identifier

And the authenticity of Medicinal Product Unique Identifier is not verified

Then the Medicinal Product Unique Identifier is not verified

Epic 2



C40E2 - decommission Medicinal Products

As a Practice User

I want to decommission Medicinal Products

So that Medicinal Products are decommissioned

Acceptance criterion 1: decommission Medicinal Products

Given the Practice User is permitted to decommission Medicinal Products

When the Practice User chooses to decommission a Medicinal Product

And the integrity of the Anti-tampering Device is not compromised

And the authenticity of Medicinal Product Unique Identifier is verified

Then the Medicinal Product is decommissioned




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titleMAY Epics - All May Epics and Acceptance Criteria will be evaluated during the Capability Assessment Stage of On-boarding. However, these Epics are not mandatory and will not be used as part of the overall assessment of whether the Capability is fully met. Any May Epics that are assessed as met will be available to buyers via the Buying Catalogue.
Epic 3

C40E3 - record the integrity of Anti-tampering Devices

As a Practice User

I want to record the integrity of Anti-tampering Devices

So that the integrity of Anti-tampering Devices is recorded

Acceptance criterion 1: record the integrity of Anti-tampering Devices

Given the Practice User is permitted to record the integrity of Anti-tampering Devices

When the Practice User chooses to record the integrity of an Anti-tampering Device

Then the integrity of the Anti-tampering Device is recorded




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titleCapability Specific Standards

Suppliers will have to attain compliance with these Standards during the compliance stage before they can be live on a framework with this Capability:

None




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titleOther Applicable Standards

Suppliers will have to attain compliance with these Standards during the compliance stage before they can be live on a framework with this Capability:



Roadmap

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Suppliers will not be assessed or assured on these Roadmap Items as part of Onboarding

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