Article | December 28, 2021

How To Minimize Supply Chain Disruptions In Biopharma

By Paul Priebe

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The challenges of managing supply chain disruption are complicated and can have serious consequences. In today’s uncertain and ever-changing world, it’s more important than ever to ensure your business can keep mission-critical functions up and running during an emergency situation.

How can medical device, pharmaceutical or single-use system manufacturers manage short-term interruptions to the supply chain without shutting down production? The answer lies in qualifying a functionally equivalent replacement using a science- and risk-based approach.

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