Value Beyond Compliance
Today, the pharmaceuticals industry struggles to ensure the integrity of its products as they are transferred between the different parts of the supply chain from contract manufacturers to wholesalers to dispensers and ,finally, to the patient. This is particularly true as products move across international borders encountering various regulatory nuances and geography-specific threats. With infant mortality rates down and life expectancy up, our population is poised to grow exponentially increasing the need for drugs and therefore putting pressure on manufacturers to provide safe, reliable and effective drugs.
Join us at the 2018 Pharma Traceability Summit this spring to explore ways to ensure regulatory compliance, protect your supply chain and keep track of your products while maintaining profitability and speed to market.
2018 Speaking Faculty
Center for Supply Chain Studies
Senior Director of Operational Technology
Director of Business Development
Bell and Howell
Brand Protection Specialist
Director - Global Standards
Evolved event experience featuring new content, speakers and learning styles
Regulatory spotlights designed to provide updated interpretations of the regulatory landscape
Co-Location with Smart Pack and Label, offering heightened networking and a shared solution provider space
Tech Talks focused on the future of Traceability
People’s Choice Awards recognizing industry’s most favored solutions providers
Community goal setting to provide a roadmap of actionable items over the next year
New workshops and training day providing you with actionable/take home insights
Concurrent tracks developed, designed and curated with best case learnings for every stage of the pharma/biotech track and trace chain
“The open interaction and willingness of speakers, panelists and attendees to share experiences, both good and bad, was very beneficial (and refreshing).”
"An intimate forum to discuss all things traceability that was interactive and educational. Able to connect with solution providers and to share industry challenges/opportunities."
"IQPC does a wonderful job of putting together a well-rounded group of individuals that represent the many facets of the pharmaceutical industry - from solution providers to large, small and specialty pharma companies."
"I developed a comprehensive understanding of the entire pharma ecosystem which will aid in the formation of our sales strategy."
Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Interactive Implementation Timeline
The Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA), was enacted by Congress on November 27, 2013. Title II of DQSA, the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), outlines steps to build an electronic, interoperable system to identify and trace certain prescription drugs as they are distributed in the United States. To help ensure you meet the November, 23, 2023 deadline, we created this interactive presentation that lays out the upcoming deadlines, requirements and other need-to-know information.