Vendor selected for Medical Marijuana "seed-to-sale" tracking system

Vendor selected for Medical Marijuana "seed-to-sale" tracking system

The Department of Health has selected MJ Freeway to implement the seed-to-sale electronic tracking system for Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana Program.

The seed-to-sale electronic tracking system will track medical marijuana from beginning to end which includes planting, processing, and being sold to a dispensary.

According to a release, this will allow growers/processors and dispensaries to track inventory, amounts that were dispensed and prices paid for products.

The seed-to-sale electronic tracking system also contains registries so that patients, caregivers and practitioners can register with the Pennsylvania Marijuana Program.

The Medical Marijuana Program was signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf on April 17, 2016. Since that time, the department has:

  • Completed the Safe Harbor temporary guidelines and Safe Harbor Letter application process, as well as approved 226 applications
  • Completed temporary regulations for growers/processors, dispensaries and laboratories which have been published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin
  • Released Phase 1 permit applications for grower/processors and dispensaries
  • Developed the Medical Marijuana Physician Workgroup
  • Drafted temporary regulations for practitioners to participate in the program

The Medical Marijuana Program became effective on May 17, 2016, and is expected to be fully implemented in early 2018.

MJ Freeway is a woman-owned business that provides software solutions for medical marijuana programs, including seed-to-sale tracking. It currently serves clients in all regulated U.S. states, Canada, Spain and Australia.

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