TraceLink Announces Webinar Series for Pharma Manufacturers Facing DSCSA Serialization Requirements
TraceLink, Inc., the leader in protecting patient safety and enabling health for global Life Sciences, today announced that it will hold a series of educational webinars in February,
The first webinar in the series, US DSCSA Serialization: Why Now will be held on Wednesday, February 18 at 11:00 AM EST. The live session will provide drug manufacturers, contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs), contract packaging organizations (CPOs), and repackagers with an overview of US DSCSA serialization requirements; global serialization regulations impacting US serialization planning; key learnings from TraceLink serialization projects; and a roadmap that underscores the 24-month lead time needed for a successful serialization implementation.
“When we discuss DSCSA serialization requirements with pharmaceutical manufacturers, we’re learning that few have a clear picture of what’s actually required for a successful implementation. Companies may believe that they don’t need to take action now, but the truth is that if planning doesn’t start in 2015, many will be at risk of meeting 2017 deadlines,” said Shabbir Dahod, president, and CEO of TraceLink. “TraceLink has already helped a range of forward-thinking pharmaceutical manufacturers move beyond the first
Following the February 18 webinar, TraceLink will hold its second DSCSA serialization event in March, where the company will showcase a serialization case study, including actual planning and implementation insights from a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer. The third and final webinar in the series will take place in April and examine serialization implementation challenges related specifically to CMOs and CPOs. Pharmaceutical manufacturers interested in attending the February 18 event can sign up by visiting the Serialization Webinar registration page on the TraceLink website.
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