As a company that was built around a specific need for Regulatory Affairs (RA), we must also remain on top of regulatory developments. Ensuring our software continues to meet the needs of RA professionals. Our top resource is RAPS, the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society and in this article we look at our partnership with RAPS and the importance of this organization.
AI is already being used in many Life Science applications, meanwhile, Health Authorities are looking to regulate the use of AI. As a regulatory affairs professional, it is essential to have an understanding of this technology.
In this general introduction to the field of AI, different uses of the term “Artificial Intelligence” will be discussed, and which might be desirable in a given context.
In the consumer world, it’s now common practice to access product information online. For detailed instructions or information about manufacturing practices, safety advice and so on, users can scan a QR code or go to a web address. This will take them to the latest details, in an easily digestible format – often including audio and video options now, for maximum accessibility.
Bringing a new drug to market demands a large investment on the part of a pharmaceutical company – often, $ 1 billion or more. Ensuring compliance with complex labeling regulations is part of that investment. In the following we look at why pharmaceutical labeling is so important and the different types of labeling.
As the medical device sector continues to rapidly evolve, it is becoming increasingly important to ensure that patients and healthcare professionals have access to up-to-date product and safety information. E-labelling provides a convenient way to share important information. Here, Schlafender Hase’s Peter Muller explores the advantages of e-labelling for the medical device sector, as well as providing some practical tips for getting ahead with the processes, procedures and solutions necessary for a successful transition to e-labelling.
E-labelling offers patients and healthcare professionals the convenience of always having up-to-date information on their products, such as the latest safety updates. It also provides regulators with greater oversight and assurance that manufacturers are providing accurate and timely information. Dr. Jutta M. Hohenhörst, from Schlafender Hase, explores the benefits of e-labelling for the medical device sector and provides some practical tips for getting ahead with processes, procedures and solutions that deliver efficiencies and add value for patients.
New directives and guidance aim to connect patients, physicians and other stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem with a consistently up-to-date information source for product and safety information that isn’t dependent on paper. Schlafender Hase’s Peter Muller explores the promise of e-labeling and practical next steps required to deliver on these directives.
By allowing medical device suppliers to provide up-to-date, reliable product and safety information in a secure and accessible format, e-labelling has the potential to revolutionise how medical professionals and patients access and manage information. In this article, Peter Muller of Schlafender Hase examines the potential of e-labelling and recommends practical steps to secure the benefits of e-labelling.
The major players in the Pharma and Medical Devices industries have either adopted or are in the process of adopting a software for document comparison. Like other technologies, this too has been a slow adoption despite it’s proven time, money, and stress savings. The goal of this article is to explain how document comparison software can help and why it is an essential part of any Regulatory Affairs tech stack.