DSCSADrug Supply Chain Security Act (US Federal Law)
DSCSADiocesan Service Centre for Social Action (India)
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The need for such a service for dispensers is heightened by next year's DSCSA mandate for retail pharmacies.
The DSCSA, enacted in 2013, defines requirements for an interoperable, electronic system to identify and trace pharmaceutical products throughout their distribution in the United States.
Other timely topics in our March issue examine robotics and automation in pharma R&D; how choosing the right strategy for implementing compressed air technology can save big money; Multiple Attribute Monitoring in drug development; the latest word on DSCSA; and a one-on-one interview with Master Control's Matt Lowe on the effectiveness of newly introduced e-management and analytics programs.
Due to the continuous rise in regulations, particularly the DSCSA, every individual bottle or consumer box will eventually need to be individually serialized and made fully traceable throughout the entire supply chain--all the way to the point of dispense.
Considered a small contract pharmaceutical facility, AnovaFill works to stay ahead of the competitive curve, particularly when it comes to satisfying 2017 DSCSA serialization deadlines.
In maintaining our focus on improving the quality and safety of the supply chain, we also wanted to invest in a solution that prepares us to integrate electronically with our trading partners to meet their upcoming DSCSA requirements, as well.'
Acsis Edge serialization solutions not only address DSCSA compliance mandates, but also deliver better operational traceability and seamless integration with ERP, EPICS and warehouse management systems.
As a trusted DSCSA implementation partner to supply chain and regulatory stakeholders since traceability was a legislative concept, HDA will continue to offer an industry forum; equip trading partners with useful data-sharing tools, such as Origin: HDA's Product Data Source; and facilitate important discussions among trading partners regarding compliance as the industry works diligently to meet the remaining milestones between now and 2023.
Working together as members of the GS1 Healthcare US Initiative, the voluntary industry group implementing global standards to address patient safety and deliver supply-chain efficiencies, industry stakeholders have learned that common questions and ambiguities have contributed to the companies' delays in implementing DSCSA serialization requirements.
For prescription drugs, the new traceability requirement comes from the FDA's Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), which was signed into law in November 2013.
Demands for anti-counterfeiting features in packaging will also likely increase, due to the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).