HDMA releases new EDI guidelines

May 14, 2007

The Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) has released new data guidelines for electronic data interchange (EDI) that are designed to help distributors more efficiently provide inventory, sales, and other product information to manufacturers.

The Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) has released new data guidelines for electronic data interchange (EDI) that are designed to help distributors more efficiently provide inventory, sales, and other product information to manufacturers. The new guidelines can enable trading partners to efficiently communicate current inventory levels, drop-ship quantities, quantities sold, forecasted demand, out-of-stock products, and more; they can also help support a more consistent understanding of product activity data and more accurately reflect current business requirements.

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