Pallimed Solutions has initiated a recall of more than a dozen products, which were distributed in 15 states. However, the recall process has raised new questions about the company's practices.
With new drug pedigree requirements coming into effect in California during 2015, pharmaceutical companies are on the verge of a new phase, in which product serialization and real-time visibility are increasingly standard throughout the industry.
Accurate labels are key for maintaining the safety of pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements.
This blog has often stressed the importance of proper labeling in allowing companies to execute effective recalls in the face of public safety issues.
Wayne McDonnell, director of pharma and life sciences advisory with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), recently sat down for an interview with SupplyChainBrain, in which he discussed industry trends as well as his firm's "Pharma 2020" report.
Debris from Japan, pushed out to sea in massive quantities by the tsunami, has begun washing up on the west coast of the U.S. However, with this wreckage comes a flood of non-native aquatic species.
The healthcare industry as a whole can benefit from businesses that take advantage of the Perfect Order measurements and GS1 standards.
While only one case of the disease was identified, some consumer groups are saying more needs to be done to diagnose sickly cattle.
While we still may not be able to know days in advance, the new technology could actually help identify the impact of a developing quake.
The world dodged a bullet last week after an 8.6 magnitude earthquake shook off the coast of Indonesia on Wednesday.
There's good news coming out of the pharmaceutical industry this week, and after the recent cancer treatment medication incident, it's overdue.
There's a positive outlook for the American economy in 2012, but things may not be as promising for other countries.