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Three Reasons to Adopt Unit-Level Traceability Now


Pharmaceutical manufacturers and packagers are sprinting to build out their serialization architectures to comply with the Drug Supply Chain and Safety Act (DSCSA) requirements. It’s a race some will finish before others, and one in which some might not reach the finish line at all.
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Variety is the Spice of… Compliance: Cooking up a Solid Regulatory Team


The rapidly changing, constantly evolving regulatory environment has taken the pharmaceutical industry away from the days when it was sufficient to have one person in an office somewhere who everyone knew as “the regulatory guy,” who could do the job with some regulation books, a spreadsheet and a mileage allowance.
 
The current landscape demands not only an expert, but a team of experts, each well-versed in specialized areas. It’s the understatement of the century to say it’s challenging to contend with a vast array of compliance subtleties in so many areas – stocking, storage, transport, destruction, security, handling and on down the long list of rules that apply to each one from multiple federal, state and local regulatory sources.
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Can Regulatory Requirements actually Unshackle Promotional Creativity among Marketers?


We’ve all heard this complaint from marketing professionals and their promotional agency partners: “How can we be creative with all these regulations?” So when I came upon a blog post titled “Boosting Creativity through Constraints” written by innovation expert Adam Richardson in his Harvard Business Review, I had to flag it.
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