Managing the Drug Supply Chain: Best Practices
This all-new management report from FDAnews helps you keep tabs on suppliers from Boston to Bangladesh. Supplier qualification and quality agreements. Timely and effective audits. These are but two of the dozens of key topics covered in Managing the Drug Supply Chain: Best Practices. You'll discover procedures you can implement now that ensure the strength of each supply-chain link for years to come. Here's a sampling —
Supplier Risk Assessments and Audits
Upcoming Track & Trace Requirements
Also included in the report is the timetable for the new U.S. track and trace requirements under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) — and a special section on how to comply with the 2015 DSCSA requirements, as well as upcoming (and even stricter) 2017 and 2023 requirements.
So, there's no time like NOW to begin reviewing and improving your supply chain management — from A-Z.
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