Global medical device and life sciences product labeling is a complex subject and an integral part of the supply chain. The landscape is varied in terms of the systems and processes employed in designing, populating and printing labels (including booklets, inserts and IFUs). To control labeling on a global scale a number of key functions need to be managed including:
Last week (29th & 30th September), over 40 speakers from across the medical device industry came together to discuss the latest trends, issues and best practices in optimizing medical technology labeling and packaging. Read More
As medical device, pharmaceutical and clinical trial organizations seek to leverage existing products in new markets, or look to extend product ranges in existing geographies, the requirement to ensure that packaging is accessible to the population in that particular market has become increasingly important.
For any business, managing change is a constant challenge. This is particularly true in life science industries where regulatory changes and supply chain efficiencies are ever present and constantly evolving. Read More