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  • Important cGMP Considerations For Implementing Electronic Batch Records

    Mistakes in batch records can have considerable consequences for the release of medicines in terms of delays and rejections. Errors can be minimized through the implementation of electronic batch records. However, with any electronic system within the pharmaceutical industry, the requirements of current good manufacturing practice (cGMP), including those of data integrity, need to be met. 

  • Incorporating Excipients Into QbD Studies For Drug Development — An Introduction

    This article is the first in a three-part series based on information from the new guide Incorporation of Pharmaceutical Excipients into Product Development using Quality-by-Design, published by the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Federation. Topics covered include measuring the impact of excipient variability on finished product quality and more!

  • FDA Steps Up Support For Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

    In its latest move to encourage the broader adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies, the FDA has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that combines the strength of FDA’s regulatory expertise and NIST’s globally recognized precision characterization and standards. The MOU is significant because it takes the next step in providing much-needed guidance and resources to the industry.

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  • Jones Healthcare Group Uhlmann Bottle Line

    Jones Healthcare Group, a market leader in advanced packaging and medication dispensing solutions, expanded bottling capabilities within its packaging services portfolio with a high-efficiency Uhlmann bottle line. The addition expands their multi-level pharmaceutical packaging offering and simplifies the supply chain for healthcare clients.

  • Jones Healthcare Group 2020 Year-In-Review

    2020 was a milestone year at Jones Healthcare Group. See how we celebrated our 100th year anniversary while at the same time adapting to global changes and challenges through COVID-19.

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    We are determined and resolute in our purpose: to be always dynamic, always responsible, and always innovative. It's in our DNA and it’s a part of who we are.

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Mistakes in batch records can have considerable consequences for the release of medicines in terms of delays and rejections. Errors can be minimized through the implementation of electronic batch records. However, with any electronic system within the pharmaceutical industry, the requirements of current good manufacturing practice (cGMP), including those of data integrity, need to be met. 

This article is the first in a three-part series based on information from the new guide Incorporation of Pharmaceutical Excipients into Product Development using Quality-by-Design, published by the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Federation. Topics covered include measuring the impact of excipient variability on finished product quality and more!

In its latest move to encourage the broader adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies, the FDA has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that combines the strength of FDA’s regulatory expertise and NIST’s globally recognized precision characterization and standards. The MOU is significant because it takes the next step in providing much-needed guidance and resources to the industry.

Published in January 2021, the FDA COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery and Preparedness Plan (PREPP) Initiative Summary Report is the culmination of work performed by the FDA’s PREPP Initiative, which launched in April 2020 to examine lessons learned from the agency’s response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. This article provides a brief overview of the report’s overarching themes and highlights key regulatory insights for manufacturers in light of two action areas in particular.

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  • Important cGMP Considerations For Implementing Electronic Batch Records

    Mistakes in batch records can have considerable consequences for the release of medicines in terms of delays and rejections. Errors can be minimized through the implementation of electronic batch records. However, with any electronic system within the pharmaceutical industry, the requirements of current good manufacturing practice (cGMP), including those of data integrity, need to be met. 

  • Incorporating Excipients Into QbD Studies For Drug Development — An Introduction

    This article is the first in a three-part series based on information from the new guide Incorporation of Pharmaceutical Excipients into Product Development using Quality-by-Design, published by the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Federation. Topics covered include measuring the impact of excipient variability on finished product quality and more!

  • FDA Steps Up Support For Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

    In its latest move to encourage the broader adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies, the FDA has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that combines the strength of FDA’s regulatory expertise and NIST’s globally recognized precision characterization and standards. The MOU is significant because it takes the next step in providing much-needed guidance and resources to the industry.

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Mistakes in batch records can have considerable consequences for the release of medicines in terms of delays and rejections. Errors can be minimized through the implementation of electronic batch records. However, with any electronic system within the pharmaceutical industry, the requirements of current good manufacturing practice (cGMP), including those of data integrity, need to be met. 

This article is the first in a three-part series based on information from the new guide Incorporation of Pharmaceutical Excipients into Product Development using Quality-by-Design, published by the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council Federation. Topics covered include measuring the impact of excipient variability on finished product quality and more!

In its latest move to encourage the broader adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies, the FDA has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that combines the strength of FDA’s regulatory expertise and NIST’s globally recognized precision characterization and standards. The MOU is significant because it takes the next step in providing much-needed guidance and resources to the industry.