How New Technologies Can Improve Compliance
While U.S. drug products are of high quality, there has been an increasing trend towards manufacturing problems, resulting in recalls, disruption of operations and drug shortages. Companies are missing billions of dollars of potential additional revenue, and necessary medications are sometimes unavailable to the public. By enforcing 21 CFR Part 11 and introducing additional new quality-related initiatives, the FDA is signaling a need for better compliance to ensure consistency and safety. The industry wants to comply, but many manufacturers lack the necessary capabilities, or are unaware that new technologies are available to meet the beefed-up regulatory demands and still operate efficiently and profitably.
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Author: Justin O. Neway, Ph.D., WBF
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