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Business and Finance
Drug Prices

Adding Value


Putting a price tag on drugs is a challenge – but by implementing two increasingly common pricing strategies, it is possible to satisfy both seller and buyer, claim ERT’s Stephen Raymond and Matthew Reaney.
 
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Marketplace & Business
Mergers and Acquisitions

Shared Vision


Dealing with employees is, arguably, the most important aspect of M&A. Mike Straw at Achieve Breakthrough reveals what company executives can do to ensure a smooth transition.
 
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M&A Activity Report

Across the Border


There is a noticeable shift towards acquiring in growing markets overseas, and investment in personalised medicine – EPC summaries these twin trends within M&A activity.
 
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Legal & Regulatory
Clinical Evaluation

Conform to the Norm: Part 1


In this first of a two-part article, Terry Winchell at GCP Innovative Dynamics offers an in-depth analysis of the FDA clinical investigator disqualification process, including early beginnings and how the FDA interprets its role.
 
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Electronic Solutions
Pharmacovigilance and Social Media

Keep Talking


Digital media is set to alter the way patients and companies communicate, observes Supriya Desai at Sciformix Corporation, but this change is not without risk.
 
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Review
Event Review

Latest on Life Sciences


EPC reports on the CMS Global Lifesciences Forum 2015, in which the biggest issues driving the sector were discussed.
 
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Manufacturing Environment
Medical Device Regulations

Step by Step

Chris Rule
at Maetrics advises medical device manufacturers to take great care in producing clinical evaluation reports, and proposes a 10-step plan to successfully comply with new regulations in 2018.
 
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News and Press Releases

TLX Cargo and EMBALL ISO agree a partnership that allows pharmaceutical companies and airlines to have a single point of contact for the thermal protection of their shipments

St Georges de Reneins, January 28th 2019 _ TLX Cargo, part of TLX insulation Ltd, world leading manufacturer of thin reflective insulation for 25 years, offer its Thermal blankets through EMBALL’ISO worldwide commercial network.
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White Papers

Working Towards a Standardised Identification Solution

PCI Pharma Services

The security of the pharmaceutical supply chain is an issue of growing concern, with recent reports addressing its vulnerability to counterfeiting. The complexity of the European supply chain is one of the key factors of this counterfeiting pandemic, with millions of medicine packs being moved around the EU, annually. Aside from this, fragmentation has resulted in decreased transparency in the supply chain and increased difficulties to track and trace medicines, leading to significant threat from counterfeiting. As a key source of income for the European economy, it is essential that the supply chain remains safe and free of counterfeits. A significant stumbling block within the industry remains to be the lack of a unified, single‐source pan‐European or indeed global database where scanned bar codes on drug packaging can be verified at point of dispense. At some point in the future the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory bodies, clinicians and retailers will need to join forces to overcome this.
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Industry Events

DIA 2019 Global Annual Meeting

23-27 June 2019, San Diego Convention Center

DIA 2019 is more than just a meeting: it’s where brilliant minds come together to create solutions. Thousands of global innovators will convene to engage in discussions on today’s hottest topics in the life sciences field, propose ways to combat daily challenges, and network to create lasting connections.
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