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Proofreading documents manually in regulatory affairs (RA) in the life sciences industry is stressful, high-risk and can lead to job dissatisfaction. The stakes are high – errors can harm patient health, result in product recalls, and damage brand and company reputations. Here’s how TVT, the proofreading software for regulatory affairs, can keep an RA team happy.
FDA (US), EMA (EU), ANSM (France), CFDA (China), BfArM (Germany) – just to name a few of the national and international bodies that regulate the pharmaceutical industry. They share a common purpose: to ensure the patient safety and efficacy of medicines. And for this, they have regulatory procedures.
Pharmaceutical labeling is a critical element of healthcare products and services that are strictly regulated by health authorities. This includes the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in Europe. The FDA oversees the safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical drugs, biopharmaceuticals, and other healthcare products. As a result, pharmaceutical labeling is a complex and meticulous process, with even minor errors resulting in significant consequences.