This webinar will focus on 5 capabilities that a modern holistic RIM system can provide to greatly improve efficiency of regulatory data, content and process management and consequently incur substantial cost savings while retaining same or even increase the quality of final outputs.
RAPS Convergence 2022 returns in-person, bringing industry professionals and regulators together to co-create, problem-solve and discuss global and local challenges facing professionals in the regulatory life sciences community. It will be thrilling to return to a...
Most life sciences products continue to evolve long after approved formulations have entered the market, and all of these changes must be carefully tracked, managed and reported to maintain registrations, manufacturing transparency and patient safety.
As pharmaceutical companies become more confident and ambitious in their use of the cloud to host, run and source applications, more recently extending the model to regulated applications, important considerations arise – particularly around associated systems validation and data governance.
The potential of truly digital, data-driven product labeling in life sciences is huge, allowing companies to tailor and update their information more readily, unencumbered by space restrictions or print/production line deadlines. But what will it take for today’s discrete, local pilot projects to evolve into something more permanent and transformational for patients and healthcare professionals?