The FDA expects companies to identify trends while analyzing their quality data — and to act on what they learn. In other words, the FDA expects companies to do more than provide the agency a look back at data and an after-the-fact reaction to quality problems. Companies must use trending techniques to catch — and address — quality problems early.
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