James E. Gregory, UPM Pharmaceuticals||October 7, 2015 Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies large and small are increasingly relying on third-party providers for support at all stages of drug development. To realize efficiencies, they are at the same time reducing the number of suppliers to a preferred few with whom they can form strategic partnerships.
Thorsten Sogding, Daniel Canton, Daniel Haines, Uwe Rothhaar, SCHOTT Pharma Services ||June 2, 2015 As the demands that are being placed on the quality and stability of medications continue to increase, the interactions that take place between the primary packaging container and filled drug product are becoming increasingly important
Tim Wright, Editor||May 6, 2015 Herein are the results of our 2015 Annual Outsourcing Survey, where we call on you, the readers, to help us benchmark the state of the pharmaceutical outsourcing industry.
Kent Mansfield , president TruTag Technologies, Inc.||April 1, 2015 As the global problem of counterfeit and diverted drugs continues to grow worldwide, will our medicine soon carry secure identifiers woven into the very fabric of the drug product? Advancing technology is finally allowing drug makers the ability to implement on-dose authentication.
Stephen W. Simco , Sedlak Management Consultants, Inc. ||March 6, 2015 With the fabric of healthcare distribution in flux, the challenge for pharmaceutical distribution executives is focused on how to leverage distribution infrastructure to reduce costs, but maintain the flexibility needed to mitigate risk across the supply chain.