Digital transformation is all the rage these days, but what does that actually mean for professionals working with regulated content in Pharma and Med Device, and more importantly, what does it mean for you?
Watch the webinar below, as we explore the why and how of a digital proofreading workflow.
Original Broadcast Date: November 10th, 2022
Length: 45 minutes
Many organizations have made huge efforts to digitize several aspects of their business, but why not proofreading? The traditional proofreading process (manual proofreading) uses up a tremendous amount of precious human hours. If a mistake in regulated content is not identified, it can have a huge impact on patient safety and treatment efficiency.
Proofreading of regulated content in the pharma and medical devices industry is usually the responsibility of the person using the content to produce other materials. However, this long and error-prone task is only a small (but vital) part of the job, and not what many professionals have been trained for. Even the most highly trained and skilled professional proofreader reaches their limits during a working day, and this is when errors can go unnoticed.
- Why proofreading is important to anyone working with Regulated Content
- Why adopting a digital proofreading workflow is essential to remain competitive
- How to guarantee data integrity with a digital proofreading workflow
- Steps to implement a digital proofreading workflow
Who Should Watch
- Regulatory Affairs
- Regulatory Operations
- Quality Assurance
Director of Product Management
Mike is the Director of Product Management for Schlafender Hase. He is committed to continuously improving the existing software portfolio and at the same time also delivering new and innovative solutions to exceed customer needs. He has more than 25 years of experience working with global packaging, labelling, pre-media and artwork management leaders in the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
Katarina is a sales professional with a Master of Arts focused in Translating and Interpreting. With a demonstrated history in business strategy and negotiation, she specializes in customer acquisition. She is also passionate about cooking, interior design and enjoys long runs.