The road to serialization has been long and arduous for the pharmaceutical industry. Yet, there are still many hurdles to overcome in the next few years—saleable returns, line aggregation and interoperable data exchange just to name a few.
Additionally, industry experts now realize that serialization alone will not solve the ever-increasing global threat of counterfeited and diverted pharmaceutical products. The investments made to date on serialization are staggering and pharmaceutical companies are now looking to leverage these efforts to more effectively fight their supply chain and compliance issues.
Join us as we discuss the future of the pharmaceutical supply chain and review innovative technologies that will not only get us to the 2023 DSCSA deadline, but are changing the landscape for brand, product and consumer protection.
In this webinar we will discuss:
Saleable Returns and VRS
Secure tracking at the package level, including aggregation
Why your drug distribution channel is still not safe
Augmenting existing serialization solutions with innovative technologies
Leveraging existing package labeling to fight supply chain threats
Cost-effective solutions to prevent counterfeiting and diversion
Designing Auto-Injectors for Multiple Drug Viscosities
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The global injectable drug delivery market and, more specifically, the auto-injector market is booming. That growth is predicted to continue skyrocketing through the next decade. With such a huge market in play, and given the range of physical properties of drugs and biologics being administered via auto-injectors, it is crucial for pharma and biopharma industry OEMs to optimize device designs to be as adaptable, and thereby as cost-effective, as possible. Learn how to effectively partner with contract manufacturers and what design support they readily provide to you and your peers.
SPEAKER: Dave Philbrick
Dave Philbrick is Business Development Manager & Lead Product Engineer for Economy Spring, an MW Industries Company. For more than 38 years he has been involved in supporting new product development for medical instrumentation & drug delivery systems for Medical / Pharma OEM’s. He is a specialist in metal component development, design and integration.