Track and trace capabilities make it easier for authorities to identify counterfeit medicine at any stage in the supply chain. They also give police officers new tools if controlled medicines end up on the black market.
Moving away from serial numbers towards smart barcodes or random serialization
Using trackable features on labels to streamline shipping an distribution and safeguard the supply chain
Including verification strategies and tamper-free labels to prevent counterfeiters from distribution medications
This session will provide a critical update on how both pharma companies and the packaging industry have collaborated to drive standardization of re-usable packaging solutions, allowing the use of more robust shippers at a reasonable price and reducing waste and negative environmental impact.
Update on packaging and standardizing Operational Qualification (OQ)
New developments in the re-use of materials
Overview of the technical paper’s content soon to be published by USP including: passive thermal packaging system types, reuse qualification, refurbishment service and inspection details
Upcoming group projects including new topics and membership
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Carolyn.