What Is The Solution To Drug Shortages?
As of July 2013, drug shortages seem to be getting worse and the drug shortage is not the result of numerous manufacturing issues but of something far more sinister.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Pharmaceutical Company Cuts Packaging Costs
In tough economic times, First Priority, manufacturer of generic veterinary pharmaceutical products, decided it was time to take a hard look at where they could cut costs without compromising on efficiencies and quality of their products.
Striving For Label Perfection In Clinical Trials
No other labeling process in the pharmaceutical industry is as complex as clinical trial labeling. Clintrak Clinical Labeling Services knows this first hand and has been committed to finding a way to reduce the amount of time and money spent on proofreading in order to improve their process.
Catalent Approves A Proof Within Hours, As Opposed To Days With Digitial-Page
A recent FDA regulation revision has had pharmaceutical packagers scrambling to fine-tune their process. It is now more important than ever for pharmaceutical packagers, such as Catalent, to ensure processes are operating as efficiently as possible.
Improving Quality Processes For Medical Device Development And Manufacturing
Organizations that consistently develop and launch new products efficiently in an environment of increasing regulatory scrutiny, successfully manage regulatory risk. By Mike Kuehne, ACSYS, Inc.
Factors To Consider When Selecting A Vision Inspection System For Personal Care Products
Implementing a vision inspection solution to monitor the quality and security of your personal care product is an effective quality control method that allows processes to reach maximum throughput and productivity. By Wayne Eide
How To Calculate The Total Cost Of In-Line Metal Detection Equipment
Considering TCO helps to better understand the costs over and above the purchase price and also – when suppliers have differing offers – to compare them and ultimately to substantiate the investment decision. By John Yacoub, Mettler-Toledo Safeline