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Contributor: Alan Kennedy
Posted: 06/01/2016
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It’s lips may pay service but much of the pharma-logistics sector remains dormant when it comes to genuine supply chain integration.Ask any stakeholder in the pharma supply chain whether collaborative working is a good thing and you'll nearly always get an unequivocal 'Yes'. It is fair to say that most pharma supply chain stakeholders agree th Full Article »
Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 04/08/2016
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Jeff Carrico, Director of Pharmacy - Investigational Drug Service at Florida Hospital System and Member, Expert Committee, Packaging and Distribution, U.S. Pharmacopeia provides an overview of overarching chapters on Good Distribution Practices. Full Video »
Contributor: Cathy Roberson
Posted: 07/27/2016
Imagine, a doctor sends a prescription to a pharmacy that uses a 3D printer to create a custom formulation based on the special needs of a patient or perhaps a patient is able to print his own medications from home with raw materials purchased at a pharmacy or who knows, delivered via drone or by an autonomous delivery truck. This futuristic outlook involving cost shifting to the patient is not likely to occur soon. The requirement of purchasing a printer and raw materials could be prohibitive for many. It also would raise numerous quality control and regulatory questions. Full Column »
Contributor: Cold Chain IQ
Posted: 06/15/2016
Ahead of the 14th Cold Chain - GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum, Cold Chain IQ looks at the concept of global standardization with risk management in the cold chain. This whitepaper explores supply chain security and validation as they pertain to lane qualification, data monitoring, shipping lanes and stability budgets. Full Whitepaper »