Key Elements of Pharmaceutical Serialization and Track & Trace Systems: Implementation and Compliance Best Practices
- URL: https://www.lifesciencetraininginstitute.com/product/key-elements-pharmaceutical-serialization-track-trace-systems-implementation-compliance-best-practices/
- Date: March 08, 2018
- Listed: January 11, 2018 12:18 pm
- Expires: 19 days, 9 hours
As counterfeit drugs have become more sophisticated, the risk of knock-offs reaching patients increases every year. Naturally, counterfeit drugs can harm brand and profits, but the real victims are patients, who rely on your products to maintain their health, cure illness, or even survive. Therefore, an iron-clad approach to your supply chain is warranted, and required by law. This process of tracing the path of drugs from the manufacturing line to the patient to ensure supply chain integrity is called “Serialization,” and non-compliance is not an option.
Global governments and Health Authorities have introduced laws, issued requirements and provided processes to ensure the sanctity of the pharmaceutical supply chain. In the United States, these requirements were manifested through the Drug Quality and Safety Act (DQSA). This legislation provided the legal requirements and framework by which prescription drugs must be traced through an electronic, interoperable system. Compliance deadlines are looming, and few are ready.
This course will provide you with the critical elements of what is required, and how to approach your specific situation to plan for compliance. Additionally, you will be presented with best practices for implementing/improving your serialization program, and recognize common pitfalls and inspection findings.
At the completion of this session, you will:
– Learn the elements of a best-in-class serialization program, plus the regulatory and patient consequences for having anything short of “the best”
– Discover how serialization works, and receive context for all the functional areas involved
– Plan for strategy, implementation, and continuous improvement
– Outline common failures and regulatory observations you should know and avoid
– Identify areas for continuous improvement
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