Welcome back to the premier industry event on global serialization regulations & guidelines!
The November 27th 2017 DSCSA deadline is less than a year and a half away, yet there is a lot of ground left to cover. Looking past the upcoming deadlines, the pharmaceutical industry is predicting what a post-serialized world will look like in 2023. How can we best prepare now? What kinks have we not worked out yet? These are questions that must be addressed by all stakeholders to ensure product visibility throughout the supply chain and compliance on an international scale. Compared to manufacturers and wholesalers, there is a huge disparity in contract partner and dispenser readiness. The responsibility is shared by all supply chain partners to ensure patient safety by maintaining serialized product data throughout the last mile and into consumers’ hands.
With serialization being a costly investment, finding innovative ways to draw commercial value past compliance is as hot a topic as ever. Big pharma is taking the lead and setting the standards for the small & medium companies to follow, but innovation can spark anywhere and drive the industry forward.
At the 4th iteration of the Pharmaceutical Traceability Forum, we will guide you through the complexities surrounding serialization and applaud industry successes. Our speaking faculty composed of top industry experts and masters of traceability will share their lessons learned and tips for remaining ahead, catching up, or getting started!
Join us to:
•Examine international regulation updates in markets such as the EU, China & Brazil
•Streamline your CMO/CPO integration into your serialization plans
•Discuss the ins and outs of the industry’s approach to aggregation
•Determine an optimal strategy for updated your packaging & labeling lines
•Review recent advancements in using serialized data to further patient safety
•Update your plans based on FDA and HDMA traceability pilot program results
•Harmonize communication between all supply chain partners by understand their specific challenges
•Understand the importance of building a brand protection function into your organization