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Recorded on: April 18, 2018

Description: Attorneys J.J. Saul and Julie Letwat discuss best practices for online pharmacies can protect themselves from e-commerce threats. Topics include:

  • How rogue drug websites affect your operation and professional responsibilities;
  • Impact on existing laws and regulations;
  • How resources such as the Alliance for Safe Online Pharmacies (ASOP) can help you protect yourself;
  • The risks consumers run when buying prescriptions and devices online; and
  • Working with consumer groups to protect your customers.

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Speakers: J.J. Saul, Partner, and Julie K.Letwat, Counsel, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Recorded on: April 12, 2018

Description: CMC expert Wayland Rushing discusses the regulatory climate surrounding extractables and leachables (E&L), including:

  • What they are and the special issues they pose;
  • FDA regulations;
  • ICH Q3D guideline requirements; and
  • Analytical challenges associated with E&L.

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Speaker: Wayland Rushing, Director of Scientific Affairs, EAG Labs

Recorded on: April 11, 2018

Description: Product development expert Anthony Parise explores the concept of risk-based thinking, what it means for the medical device industry and how to use it to improve operations. He discusses:

  • How to better understand operational risk and risk management;
  • How risk management processes drive new ways of looking at compliance in operations;
  • The relationship between ISO 13485:2016 and risk management; and
  • How to leverage common tools for regulatory compliance and product performance/safety.

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Speaker: Anthony Parise, Product Manager-Life Sciences, EtQ

Recorded on: April 10, 2018

Description: Attorney Katlin Backfield outlines recent regulatory developments regarding REMS and discusses possible outcomes. She covers:

  • Commissioner Gottlieb’s emphasis on drug pricing and how it will affect the development of single shared-system REMS;
  • Bills in the congressional pipeline and their odds on passage; and
  • Recent trends in FDA’s REMS-related enforcement.

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Speaker: Katlin Backfield, Attorney and Consultant, Backfield PLLC

Recorded on: March 29, 2018

Description: Product management experts Daniel Matlis and Mike Jovanis discuss change management best practices and how to leverage technology for an effective and efficient change control process, including:

  • Roles and responsibilities;
  • A framework to systematically assess global operational and regulatory impact;
  • Structuring and implementing change releases in a global environment;
  • Streamlining processes between departments; and
  • Gaining better intelligence to improve decisionmaking.

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Speakers: Daniel R. Matlis, Founder and President, Axendia, and Mike Jovanis, Vice President-Vault Quality, Veeva Systems

Recorded on: March 27, 2018

Description: Clinical trial management expert Wes Martz discusses ways to maximize your site feasibility and selection process. He covers:

  • How to pre-identify most likely high-performing sites based on available historical performance data;
  • Advice for tightening up feasibility questionnaires to reduce site burden;
  • Examples of common “don’ts” in questionnaire development; and
  • Insights into response data review and how to handle discrepancies.

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Speaker: Wes Martz, Associate Director, Clinical Services, ePharmaSolutions

Recorded on: March 20, 2018

Description: Pharmacovigilance expert Angela Pitwood explains how to use analytical data techniques in pharmacovigilance. She discusses:

  • What Big Data is and isn’t, and how you can use it to improve your pharmacovigilance program;
  • How the use of natural language can expedite the accurate reporting of adverse events;
  • How you can train machines to report whether drugs were a determining factor in an adverse event; and
  • What the future might bring in terms of new techniques for inputting and analyzing safety data.

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Speaker: Angela Pitwood, Vice President of Pharmacovigilance, Vigilare

Recorded on: March 20, 2018

Description: Research ethics specialist Luke Gelinas discusses the ethical and regulatory issues involved with paying research subjects and proposes a practical framework that can guide the design and evaluation of payment offers. He covers:

  • Reasons to pay research participants and the role that payment plays in facilitating recruitment;
  • Risk of undue influence and the possibility that payment might motivate deception about eligibility;
  • Current practices regarding payment of research participants, such as payment rates and frequency of payment in various types of clinical research; and
  • Methods of calculating payment amounts, including distinguishing different reasons for offering payment, such as reimbursement, compensation for time, or recruitment incentive.

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Speaker: Luke Gelinas, Senior Researcher with Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School

Recorded on: March 7, 2018

Description: Former FDA counsel Mark Schwartz gives an update on where the FDA stands currently on such issues as data integrity, inspection practices and quality metrics. He discusses:

  • Why the FDA is stepping up pursuit of data integrity issues now;
  • How FDA may invoke the adulteration provision when companies balk at inspections;
  • Why the agency might request records in advance or in lieu of an inspection; and
  • The status of the draft quality metrics initiative.

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Speaker: Mark I. Schwartz, Director, Hyman, Phelps & McNamara

Recorded on: March 6, 2018

Description: UDI architect Jay Crowley explains the FDA’s new guidance on marking devices with unique device identifiers. He discusses:

  • How the definition of “intended to be reprocessed” for purposes of UDI direct marking has changed from draft to final rule;
  • Whether “single patient use” devices fall under the direct mark requirement;
  • What the final guidance says about how consigned or loaned devices will be treated for the purposes of the direct mark requirement; and
  • FDA recordkeeping requirements for devices that must be directly marked.

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Speaker: Jay Crowley, Vice President, Unique Device Identification Services and Solutions, USDM Life Sciences