FDA, Industry Aim to Further Strengthen Pharma Supply Chain Quality
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Executive SummaryA stronger pharma supply chain is in the works. Key is to put quality on CEO's radar screen. Progress made in supplier auditing, supply chain standard-setting and regulatory guidance development. Methods shared for improving supplier management. Supply chain mapping recommended. A better certificate of analysis. A think tank for signal detection. Improving distribution security and controls. Support for track-and-trace reimbursement incentive.
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