Quality Management

A Quality Management system and all of its components create a strong foundation to ensuring an efficient and compliant supply chain. Cold Chain IQ offers insights to industry best practices in Supplier selection, Quality Agreements, CAPAs, Risk evaluation and tools, Stability data management.

Contributor: Cold Chain IQ News
Posted: 07/13/2016
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Pharma Logistics IQ brings you a rundown of the latest updates and newsworthy developments involving the pharmaceutical logistics around the globe. Updates include new regulations, discoveries and reports of non compliance with GDP. Seafreight Weight Regulations come into effectNew regulations regarding container weight declarations (Veri Full Article »
Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 04/08/2016
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Jeff Carrico, Director of Pharmacy - Investigational Drug Service at Florida Hospital System and Member, Expert Committee, Packaging and Distribution, U.S. Pharmacopeia provides an overview of overarching chapters on Good Distribution Practices. Full Video »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 09/19/2012
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In Part 1 of this podcast interview, Arminda O. Montero, Global Distribution QA Program Manager Abbott, and Andrea Charles Editor Cold Chain IQ, discuss establishing a global qualification master plan, risk management, quality processes and common misconceptions in the temperature controlled pharmaceutical supply chain. Have Your SayRate this Full Podcast »
Contributor: Cathy Roberson
Posted: 07/27/2016
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Imagine, a doctor sends a prescription to a pharmacy that uses a 3D printer to create a custom formulation based on the special needs of a patient or perhaps a patient is able to print his own medications from home with raw materials purchased at a pharmacy or who knows, delivered via drone or by an autonomous delivery truck. This futuristic outlook involving cost shifting to the patient is not likely to occur soon. The requirement of purchasing a printer and raw materials could be prohibitive for many. It also would raise numerous quality control and regulatory questions. Full Column »
Contributor: Cold Chain IQ
Posted: 07/27/2016
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A ruined shipment of temperature-controlled medicine can cost much more than lost revenue – it can
cost lives. Navigating routes to patients efficiently and cost effectively with temperature sensitive
materials is a labor intensive task, and one which hinges on the investment in trustworthy equipment.
Investment in packaging design and qualification is a critical part of the tool kit. Full Whitepaper »