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Contributor: Pharma IQ News
Posted: 18/10/2016
Pharma IQ News
Following a quarter that featured reports stating that Novartis had dramatically redistributed its cell and gene therapy unit 1 and saw the public focus turn once again to drug price hikes, Pharma IQ brings you the pharma, biotech and life sciences news highlights for Q3 of 2016. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 26/07/2016
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Much growth in the sector is being driven by expansion into developing markets, thus increasing demand for people with international experience. Taking the supply chain as an example, although track-and-trace initiatives should simplify and facilitate logistics in the long-term, in the short term there may be increasing competition for those with specialist knowledge of developing markets. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 07/06/2016
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Pharma and Cold Chain IQ explores the varying views and predictions on the potential outcomes which could occur from Brexit. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 31/05/2016
Pharma IQ
Ahead of the 2016 Lab Informatics Summit, Pharma IQ discussed the subject of data knowledge management with lab informatics and more specifically manufacturing with a selection of experts. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 05/05/2016
Pharma IQ
According to recent research, the global pharmaceutical packaging market is forecasted to reach more than US$80 billion in revenue by 2020.

This expanding market is advancing towards optimization in regards to effectiveness. However, as noted in recent research, this wasn’t always the case: “Packaging was considered as an afterthought which was required merely in the final stages of manufacturing for many pharmaceutical companies about a decade ago. But of late, pharmaceutical packaging has quickly become an essential part of the drug delivery system..” (1) Full Content »
Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 03/05/2016
Miss Chanice Henry
Pharma IQ takes a look at some of the industry’s most prestigious movers and shakers causing ripples in the market over the last few months. Full Content »
Contributor: Miss Chanice Henry
Posted: 12/04/2016
Miss Chanice Henry
The first quarter of 2016 hosted plenty of activity from the pharma and cold chain industries. This was seen in the form of patent challenges, landmark agreements, extreme market reactions as well as a nationwide medicine ban for hundreds of products. Read on for this quarter’s highlights from Pharma IQ Full Content »
Contributor: Dr Steven Bradshaw
Posted: 15/03/2016
Dr Steven Bradshaw
On January 11th 2016, the Comité Economique des Produits de Santé (CEPS - Economic Committee for Health Products) signed on the behalf of the French Government a new agreement, the Accord cadre, with Les entreprises du médicament (LEEM - pharmaceutical companies association) on how to set reimbursed drugs prices for the next 3 years. The CEPS is the body that negotiates drug prices with manufacturers. Full Content »
Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 09/02/2016
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Communication and collaboration have been labeled as the foundation to the drug discovery process, which is clearly reflected within compound and sample management.

When assessing the navigation of logistical challenges attached to global sample management, synchronized collaboration between compound management colleagues is considered vital to the department’s efficiency, regardless of the organizational model being used. Accurate internal collaboration is even seen to be more integral to the department’s performance than a common reporting structure. Full Content »
Posted: 06/01/2016
serialisation agenda
In the combat against counterfeit drugs, more than 40 markets – those of which including the EU, US, South Korea, Brazil and China, are deploying pharmaceutical track and trace laws. According to industry specialist Tracelink, by the end of 2018 more than 75% of the globe’s prescription medications are expected to be protected by legislation.  Full Content »
Contributor: Alan Kennedy
Posted: 29/10/2015
Alan Kennedy
Introducing The dos and don'ts of collaborative working in a pharma-logistics context

Since its emergence as a realistic organisational model in the final quarter of the last century the business potential of integrated collaborative working has captured the imagination of a generation of business visionaries Full Content »
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Contributor: Gerald Clarke
Posted: 28/11/2013
Smaller companies face differing challenges in Clinical Trial Supply, but they also have their own unique advantages. We spoke to Ricardo Lima, Head of Pharmaceutical Development at Bial Research & Development about Bial's experiences.He discussses comparator sourcing, forecasting and working in emerging markets in this detailed case study Full Podcast »
Contributor: Dr Steven Bradshaw
Posted: 15/03/2016
Dr Steven Bradshaw
On January 11th 2016, the Comité Economique des Produits de Santé (CEPS - Economic Committee for Health Products) signed on the behalf of the French Government a new agreement, the Accord cadre, with Les entreprises du médicament (LEEM - pharmaceutical companies association) on how to set reimbursed drugs prices for the next 3 years. The CEPS is the body that negotiates drug prices with manufacturers. Full Column »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 31/05/2016
Pharma IQ
Ahead of the 2016 Lab Informatics Summit, Pharma IQ discussed the subject of data knowledge management with lab informatics and more specifically manufacturing with a selection of experts. Full Whitepaper »