7 Feb 2023

Pharmapack Webinar – Track & Trace: Challenges and opportunities for direct-to-patient delivery: Watch Now

This recently recorded CPHI Webinar in association with Pharmapack delves into the vitally important world of traceability of medicines and what the packaging industry is doing to address the issues of medication errors, security and drug wastage. Click the link above to access the on-demand session.

Providing a regulatory outlook, Nathalie Wardé, Chief Executive Officer, D4P pharma, said that with 50% of medication errors coming from dispensing and administration, improving traceability of medicines for direct-to-patient delivery is a must.

“Traceability is a global trend in healthcare B2B,” she said “Over the last seven to ten years, it has started to be a real concern for all the health authorities mainly to fight against counterfeit (or ‘falsified’) medicines or medical devices and to facilitate the recall process.”

Arguing the case for why global standards are needed across healthcare and providing an introduction to GS1 and Gs2 standards, Tania Snioch, Director Healthcare Operations, GS1 Global Office said that “never has a global, secure and efficient supply chain been more important than today,” citing the current pandemic situation.

“We’ve learned in these difficult times that global standards have a role to play; we’re all looking for an efficient supply chain that operates across countries and across continents and to have that, we need to be able to talk to each other in a language everybody understands,” she added. “ We need to be sure we’re talking about exactly the same products and it needs to be unambiguous; a global standard is the way to achieve that.”

Providing insights into the management of clinical supply chains, Pierre Fernandez-Barbereau, R&D Clinical Supply Chain Operations, Industrial Development, Sanofi, said that two key objectives are to ensure alignment between clinical demand and to design a clinical package in order to protect the dose and ensure the ‘blinding’ of the medicinal product.

“But the third objective, which is also the most important one, is to package on the production line and distribute throughout the world to clinical sites and patients, ensuring quality and traceability of these medicinal products,” he said.

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    In Europe, questions have arisen about the use of nanoparticle titanium dioxide (TiO2) which has led to concern regarding TiO2 as an ingredient in foods, additives, and — by extension — as a color in film coating formulations for vitamin and dietary supplements, and potentially, pharmaceutical products. In this podcast, David Schoneker, President of Black Diamond Regulatory Consulting and Vice Chair for Science and Regulatory Policy, IPEC will discuss the current status and assess the potential market impact for the pharmaceutical industry. The discussion reviews the current legal situation, the position of the different regulatory bodies, the science-based facts influencing the industry response and provides insight into the possible implications on the use of TiO2 in pharmaceutical products, as well as food supplements. This podcast provides listeners with a clear understanding of the situation relating to the use of TiO2, based on facts and science. Key Learning Objectives: What’s all the noise about TiO2, a widely used material across the food and pharmaceutical industries? Navigating through the current market uncertainty surrounding use of TiO2 Gaining clarity and understand viable alternatives to meet film coating needs This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video M&A Climate & Current Market Dynamics

    With over $1 trillion in M&A deals in the previous eight years, this trend in activity shows no signs of slowing with private equity firms capitalizing on the highly fragmented CDMO space and a predicted surge in activity in the biologics and cell & gene as more treatments are approved. This webinar will address the benefits of private equity ownership, in triggering new growth, enabling greater strategic focus, increasing prioritization on M&A and better utilization of internal funds for organic growth initiatives. Discussion points: Update on current M&A landscape How to optimally position a company for first-time external investment Life under PE: strategic support to the company’s management team, The investor view: financing organic growth This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video Innovation in the Race to Develop COVID-19 Vaccines

    Vaccines are considered to be one of the greatest public health achievements of the last century, so when the COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to a stop, all energies were focused on bringing a vaccine to market. With multiple vaccines now approved and being manufactured in record time, we celebrate this accelerated pace of development in the field. Exploring the different vaccine technologies to understand their mode of action, benefits, risks, and potential real-life impact on protection. The challenges in manufacturing enough doses to vaccinate the world and the potential impact the WTO’s IP waiver proposal will have on future innovation. Discussion Points: Vaccine Science: Two Centuries of Continuous Research, Improvements, and Achievements Future Potential of mRNA Where are the facilities equipped for these new molecule types? What problems are arising and how is the industry working to fix them? Vaccinating the world, a look at WTO’s proposed IP waiver and what it could mean for future innovation This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video Carving Out a Career in Pharmacovigilance

    While pharmacovigilance was originally used to describe the drug safety monitoring system in place once pharmaceutical products had made it to market, the definition has expanded somewhat to reflect not only its role as a monitor of changing risks and benefits in both post- and pre-marketing but also that of its use as an interventionist risk management tool. This expanded field has given rise to a breadth of career opportunities for scientists interested in joining it. In this podcast, Jan Petracek, Director at the Institute of Pharmacovigilance, talks about his work at the International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP), where he is leading a Special Interest Group to develop a global Career Framework for Pharmacovigilance Professionals. This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video CDMO Deal Making in a Pandemic and Beyond

    This panel discussion is led by Global Business Reports, alongside contributors to their 2021 US Biopharmaceuticals Report. With all eyes on science and pharma for solutions and treatments for COVID-19, 2020 was a colossal year for the industry. Thanks to unprecedented levels of collaboration, vaccines and therapeutics have been approved at record speeds. Amidst a global pandemic, CDMOs were active in making acquisitions and investments. Our expert panellists discuss those deals, the challenges closing them and reflect on their relation to some of the broader themes and future trends for the US Pharmaceutical market. In Partnership with GBR This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video How Diversity of Leadership can Incite Change for Patients from all Backgrounds

    This panel session will discuss the importance of intersectional diversity across all levels of leadership in life sciences, to help ensure that under-served patients groups are fairly represented in all areas, from drug development to employee healthcare. Discussion Points: Lack of diversity in clinical stages The correlation of the effects of racism, poverty, and social instability of health and health outcomes. The employer's role in healthcare quality and health care costs and the future of healthcare plans post COVID-19 This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video What role will Pharma play in the Healthcare System of 2022?

    In this Fireside chat with Dr David Nash of Jefferson College of Population Health, we discuss the inequities of the current US healthcare system highlighted by the pandemic and the role pharma plays in the future of population health. Discussion Points How might Pharma get ahead of the price transparency curve by promoting public availability of prices? What role can Pharma play in improving some of the SDOH that limit our ability to improve the health of the population? How can we really harness patient-centred outcomes and Real World Evidence so that patient committees will actually pay attention? In the healthcare system of the future, what expanded role might Pharma play to actually promote health? This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video The Women in Leadership Forum: Navigating the Road to Investment for Female Founders

    The Women in Leadership Forum is a place for women across the pharma supply chain to come together to connect, network and share ideas for successfully working and succeeding in the industry. This year attendees will hear inspirational stories from our panel and learn about various methods and routes to securing funding for female founders in pharma.
  • Video The Real Cost of Bringing Manufacturing Home

    We apologise for the background music for the first two minutes of broadcast. Many years before the pandemic the industry has highlighted the importance of a globalized supply chain and in particular the heavy reliance on Asian suppliers. The situation fueled calls from political leaders and lawmakers for U.S. manufacturers to start producing critical supplies domestically. But what will be the cost of bringing manufacturing home, and who will the burden lie on? Discussion Points: What will the “Made in America” pledge deliver? Can AI/Digitalization of facilities reduce costs? Addressing the skills and facilities gap Near-shoring – reducing dependence on Asian suppliers.
  • Video Building Supply Chain Resiliency through Responsible Sourcing

    When the world went into lockdown in early 2020, manufacturing of critical ingredients came to a standstill, and companies were forced to re-evaluate their supply chains. Forward to 2021, and companies are still dealing with port closures and shipments of expensive ingredients sat in a backlog, many are faced with the decision of either waiting weeks for deliveries or the faster, yet more expensive domestic production to ensure the continuity of supply of essential medicines. Discussion Points: Creating a geographically robust supply chain is critical for reducing drug shortages, Ensuring essential medicines security through public-private partnerships Risk management and the pivot to regional manufacturing hubs In Partnership with PSCI This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video Biosimilar Waves - Future of Biosimilar Approvals and Development.

    Discussion Points: Patent expiry opportunities 2021-2026 Catching up with Europe This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video De-risking Drug Development with Digital

    Moving away from traditional, costly, time-consuming and often unsuccessful R&D methods, innovative companies are looking to AI and machine learning to reduce costs and improve success rates in drug development. This session will explore the different types of AI currently being used by Pharma companies, projects that identify novel pathways, targets and biomarkers and discuss the challenges of biometric data security, and how companies can work alongside existing regulations. Discussion Points What are the different types of Artificial Intelligence and use cases? A look at current regulations and how to make them work for you Federated learning in AI development How biocatalysts are reshaping the synthesis of chemical entities. The power of 3D molecular modeling In Partnership with AAPS This session was originally broadcast live as part of CPHI North America 2021
  • Video CPHI MEA: The Manufacturing Roadmap for Africa

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Africa is an exciting emerging market with significant investment potential. While pharmaceuticals are currently manufactured across South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt, the continent still relies on imports for over 70% of pharmaceutical and medical consumables. Discussion points: Current outlook for African pharma manufacturing What are the obstacles to growth? How can the right infrastructure for domestic manufacturing be nurtured? Facilitating R&D and innovation
  • Video Drug Delivery Start-Ups to Watch in 2021 and Beyond

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 As the pharmaceutical industry keeps on growing, and medical technology keeps on advancing, drug delivery devices are increasingly facing challenges to keep up to date and adapt accordingly. Drug delivery device manufacturers are not only increasingly looking to other industries but also to start-ups to identify novel technologies and new innovative products that are not only patient-friendly and cost-effective but also innovative and functional. Considering the growth of market demand and technological advancements. It is an exciting time to be a start-up working in the drug delivery landscape. This session will feature start-ups providing novel technologies and innovative solutions to current challenges in the drug delivery technology landscape. And it will tackle some of the main trends and challenges ahead for this industry. Emerging start-ups on the Drug delivery landscape The role of Drug Delivery tech start-ups in improving patient access and driving innovation A look into the future of drug delivery: regulation, capital raising, and investments
  • Video Track & Trace Solutions for Direct-to-Patient Delivery

    This session was originally broadcast as part of the CPHI Webinar Series and aired during CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Building a comprehensive track-and-trace system for medicines, which is aligned with the European Falsified Medicines Directive and to ensure compliance is a must in today’s environment. Pharmacies, hospitals, HCPs, caregivers, and patients now expect a completely secure and traceable delivery process, which requires buy-in from pharmaceutical companies and distributors involved in the supply chain of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP), SKU’s and unique doses. This webinar provides an overview of the key trends and developments to improve the security of drug delivery direct-2-patient in 2021. Key discussion points: A global overview of regulations on traceability of medical devices and medicines Technical challenges when tracking medicinal products along the product life cycle, from clinical trials to post-marketing authorization What does the future look like? The potential of delivering Direct-to-Patient unique doses
  • Video Global Vitamin Market Trends

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Vitamin markets have seen growth spikes in the past year, both globally and in China - the largest manufacturing region for vitamin products.Sales of conventional products such as Vitamin C and D have risen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, as consumers look to boost immunity. This session will address key trends and developments in this sector in the past year, and examine new products such as CoQ10 and NMN, which are creating fresh market opportunities. This webinar will comprise of two presentations: China Vitamins Market: what’s new and what’s to come? Ellie Adams, Managing Director, QIVA CoQ10 Market in Japan and New Water-Soluble Product Trend Yukihiro Miyazaki, Managing Director, Jupiter Bioscience Japan
  • Video API Manufacturing Trend Outlook

    This webinar originally aired as part of the CPHI Webinar Series and repurposed for CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 The global market for the outlook and manufacture of APIs is shifting as more complex or potent ingredients evolve which present specific handling and manufacturing challenges. What are the latest technological approaches for these products, and how can quality, safety and cost be managed and improved? A key impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been to question the reliance and dependence on Asia as the global leader of API manufacturing. Do we expect to see specific regions implement reshoring of manufacturing efforts? How will global supply chains be impacted? Market Outlook for APIs Can we expect a reshoring of API manufacturing? Will hubs shift from Asia? Continuous API manufacturing –for cost, quality and safety benefits Manufacturing considerations for complex formulations and high potency APIs, what are the latest approaches? This session was originally broadcast as part of the CPHI Webinar Series.
  • Video Driving Digital Transformation in Pharma

    This session originally aired as part of the CPHI Webinar Series and was repurposed for CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Increased adoption of digital technologies can offer a multitude of benefits for pharma companies –from data optimization and analysis to increased productivity in R&D, to sourcing candidates for clinical trials. How can pharma companies take a more active approach to implement digital innovation, to help cope with new challenges in the healthcare industry? One approach to speeding up adoption is to engage with start-ups and established technology companies who can bring different expertise and a more agile approach. This webinar will look explore the relationship between Pharma companies and start-ups, as the key to unlocking digital transformation. What can digitalization do for Pharma companies? What are the benefits? Has the Covid-19 pandemic accelerated digital innovation in the pharma industry? Partnering for success –how engaging with start-ups and tech companies can help acquire expertise and accelerate development A review of successful solutions, initiatives and Start-Ups helping to solve healthcare challenges What does the future look like? Can we expect to see increased digital transformation?
  • Video Formulating Plant-Based Ingredients for Cosmeceuticals

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 The Cosmeceuticals market is projected to grow 8.9% in the period 2020-2026, driven primarily by conscious consumers who are looking for increased potency in products which offer better efficacy than standard OTC solutions. Beyond this, consumers are also increasingly concerned about potentially harmful chemicals in cosmetics, leaning instead towards natural and plant-based solutions. This session will address cosmeceutical market dynamics and identify opportunities for growth. Discussion points: What are the key growth drivers for the Cosmeceuticals market? Formulating plant-based ingredients - challenges and opportunities Responding to the demand for plant-based ingredients Regulatory considerations for natural ingredients and cosmetics Developing sustainable solutions to differentiate your business for the conscious consumer
  • Video Biomanufacturing Trends

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Innovative biotherapeutics and novel technologies are currently being developed and commercialised at record levels, providing practical treatments for patients with cancers and autoimmune diseases across the world. In 2019 the FDA approved 48 novel drugs, several of which represent advanced, first-in-class therapies. It comes as no surprise then to hear that venture capital funding into US-based biotech firms was $3.5 billion+ for each of the last eight quarters leading into 2020, according to Pitchbook data. Today, in the fight against the novel COVID-19 virus all eyes are on the global scientific community who have come together to work on and produce various treatments and vaccines at record speed, and we are reminded just how important scientific innovation is. Join us for the webinar Trends in Biomanufacturing and hear from industry experts to discuss the following: Product pipeline - what is the latest overview? Which products post key manufacturing challenges? Securing and sustaining the right talent pool to support growth Innovation in manufacturing techniques - bioanalytical capabilities, cell line development, aseptic manufacturing, downstream/upstream Continuous biomanufacturing - significant support for this in the small molecule space, what
  • Video How will the New Administration Impact the US Pharma Market?

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 In January 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started operating under the new U.S. administration. The 2020 presidential campaign and global leaders prioritised COVID-19 vaccines, treatment, and new technologies to identify, cure and reduce the transmission of the virus. Therefore, without doubt, these topics will continue to have a profound relevance during the coming years. However, there is also a great interest to see what changes lie ahead in other broader areas, namely reshoring manufacturing, partnering, drug pricing, patient access and M&A. This session will bring together experts to analyse the global landscape and forecast what this new era means for Pharma. Key issues for the global regulatory agencies to address new diseases and financial challenges worldwide: Transition and differences in policies and priorities Generic and Biosimilar Competition Landscape: Efforts to modernize drug manufacturing Approach to patent and exclusivity issues Promote generic and biosimilar competition to reduce drug prices Regulatory modernization and globalization responses Supply Chain, Re-shoring, Drug Shortages: Plans to address shortages/disruptions and promoting risk readiness for manufacturing capacity COVID-19 highlights the importance of innovation and flexibility in health system preparedness
  • Video Economics and Ecology: The Impact of Water Reduction in Biotechnology

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Throughout the last decade, the importance of sustainable manufacturing increased rapidly in the biopharmaceutical industry.The process mass intensity (PMI) is a metric, which mainly displays the water consumption in a process. Based on continuous antibody production, we analyzed the correlation between the reduced cost of goods and a reduced PMI to align economic and ecological benefits.
  • Video Increasing efficiencies in bioprocess development and manufacturing through digital process development

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 The application of modelling tools to better understand and control bioprocess development and manufacturing became a hot topic within the last few years. But what do we actually need? Is it just about data and powerful modelling algorithms or might a shift in focus towards “why” rather than “how”, speed things further up? Discussion points: The overall goal Experimental design concepts Different modelling approaches for different requirements Solutions to speed up both up- and downstream development Model transfer along scales Model usage for real time monitoring and control
  • Video Beyond Brexit: The Future of British Pharma

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 The United Kingdom left the European Union on December 31st, 2020. Before this, the EMA had already relocated its European HQ from London to Amsterdam, and there was considerable uncertainty on how the European Pharma Market would be impacted. This session will provide an analysis of the challenges presented by Brexit, and the impact on British Pharma. What is the impact of the UK leaving the EU on Pharma to date? What has changed? Security of supply for medical and pharmaceutical products Recent policy discussions on increasing the resilience of global supply chains How are manufacturers going to ensure continuity of supply in a post-Brexit world? How will innovation be impacted? What are the long-term implications of Brexit?
  • Video Application of advanced proteomic and mass spectrometry technologies to enhance the efficacy of production of biopharmaceuticals

    This webinar originally aired as part of CPHI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Proteomics and mass spectrometry are key technology to the understanding of biological systems. We are using proteomics to characterise recombinant mammalian cell lines (Chinese hamster ovary) in order to gain insights into improving the productivity of biopharmaceuticals. Discussion points: Overview of advanced proteomic and mass spectrometry technologies How they can be utilised to enhance the efficacy of production of biotherapeutics Potential application of proteomics and mass spectrometry in other industries to enhance research capabilities and to potentially improve production capabilities
  • Video CPHI Webinar Series: Latest Approaches for Large Volume Drug Delivery

    Innovation in the design and development of large volume drug delivery devices can solve the challenge of accommodating the increasing trend towards patient self-administration and home care while at the same time ensuring that drugs that require intravenous administration are delivered correctly and safely. This was just one of the messages that came out of a recent CPHI Webinar, Latest Approaches for Large Volume Drug Delivery, sponsored by Cambridge Design Partnership.
  • Video The Evolution of Pharma R&D Models

    This webinar discusses the evolution of R&D models, the outsourcing landscape and how to de-risk your development and maximise ROI.
  • Video GUCY2C Self-Antigen Vaccines and Adoptive Cell Therapy Development for GI Cancers

    GUCY2C is a mucosally-restricted, immunologically compartmentalized self-antigen overexpressed in GI adenocarcinomas GUCY2C Vaccination in MRD (minimal residual disease) setting for recurrence prevention GUCY2C adoptive cell therapy for treatment of metastatic GI cancers
  • Video Reviewing the Latest Product Development Trends in the Current Market

    M&A plays a pivotal role in pharma growth as it enables companies to streamline their operations and strategies while reducing overhead costs, which can contribute to profit growth. To understand more, join our informative session, where our market experts will highlight and discuss the latest trends in the market and the expectations for the market: Discussion Points: Reviewing M&A trends in the North American Pharma Market Optimization of API process and selection of primary and secondary suppliers Drug development considerations for product development understanding scale, formulations for large volume Analytical Method optimization
  • Video Panel Discussion: Workplace 4.0: How to Equip your Team for Digital Transformation in Pharma

    With the industry digitally evolving, you and your team need to keep up and not be left behind. Join and take part in our panel and learn how to equip and prepare yourself with the latest digital tools in pharma: Assessing what resources and training services are available Introducing practical assessments for understanding current and new hire skill sets and experience Why building skills and not compliance training will provide better insight into your team How universities can play their part by merging traditional subjects with technology
  • Video Panel Discussion: A National Hotspot – What’s happening with Cell and Gene Therapy in Philadelphia

    Finish off your day by hearing the latest trends and excitement occurring in Philadelphia. Join our panel, where our speakers will dive into the current state of the industry and why Philadelphia is a hotspot for C>: Overview of the C> market in Philadelphia, investments, launches and developments Why Philadelphia is such a hotbed for C> How to ensure success as an emerging biotech
  • Video Panel Discussion: Redesigning the Supply Chain – The Road to Increased Resilience

    With constraints on clinical supplies due to high demand, the industry is scrambling to find a solution. Join our focused panel, where our experts will offer insights and tips for designing a supply chain to help meet current supply needs: Investing in smarter processes and forecasting technology to avoid timely delays Establishing why having local and international suppliers will help reduce the burden of scarce materials Re-aligning your business practices to ensure you stay within budget and meet global sustainability initiatives Reviewing current technological solutions to help address supply chain constraints
  • Video Panel Discussion: Considerations for a Successful and Prolonged Partnership with your CDMO

    Companies must have the right partner to avoid potential setbacks in clinical development. To avoid disappointment, join our panel and gain expert analysis and best practices in sourcing the right CDMO for your study: Strategies for getting the most out of our CDMO partnership – mapping objectives, defined ways of working and clear communication Understanding what services and resources you need to ensure your targets are met Why mapping out deadlines is crucial to avoid untimely delays Assessing why having multiple partnerships can help manage expectations
  • Video Panel Discussion: Best Practices in Implementing a Successful ESG Framework

    With US Pharma pledging to become net-zero by 2050, you must have the right processes. Join our focused panel where our experts will discuss the best ways to implement ESG in your organization: Defining ESG in Pharma to understand what makes it different from other industries Establishing what is needed for implementing ESG practices in your organization Reviewing common pitfalls and how to avoid them Evaluating the role of the Chief Substantiality Officer in helping the industry move in the right direction What will ESG in pharma look like in five years? What should the industry’s KPIs be?
  • Video Partnering for Success: How USP is Working Together with Next-Generation Partners to Advance the Pharma Industry

    Pharmaceutical and other healthcare innovations have extended and improved countless lives in recent decades. Today, advanced manufacturing technologies such as pharmaceutical continuous manufacturing are gaining increasing interest for their potential to serve as one more way to improve global health by bolstering medicines supply chain resilience and bringing products to market faster. However, obstacles to industry adoption remain. Recognizing the need, USP is working with partners like Phlow Corp., a U.S.-based public benefit corporation and contract development and manufacturing organization, to lower technical and knowledge barriers to advanced and enabling technologies adoption through quality-focused solutions. Working together, pharmaceutical and biotech companies are now positioned to reduce production costs, decrease development time, and lower their environmental impact through the use of advanced manufacturing technologies.
  • Video The Future is Now: Best Practices and Considerations when using AI in Drug Development

    AI an ever growing in pharma and is playing a prominent role in drug development. Listen to the latest developments in AI and what you need to know to utilize its potential in drug development. Join our focused session to get key takeaways from our expert: Understanding what AI can bring to your organization and identifying the areas you want to implement the technology. Reviewing regulatory considerations for successfully implementing AI into your business. Forecasting cost-effective measures to stay within budget.
  • Video Fireside Chat: Reviewing Quality and Technical Manufacturing in Allogenic Cells

    Watch this fireside chat, where Stephen Chen of Tevogen Bio will go through the opportunities and challenges in Allogeneic Cells: Current quality and manufacturing procedures Reviewing short- and long-term challenges Forecasting the opportunities for Allogenic Cells
  • Video Understanding Current Quality Challenges in Cell and Gene Therapy and How to Resolve Them

    Manufacturers face unique quality challenges that can hinder progress. In this session hear about quality challenges in Cell and Gene Therapy (CGT) and learn common practices for overcoming them: The amc was formed in 2010 to focus on manufacturing when everything at the time was focused on clinical How CGTs have different challenges from a quality perspective to other biologics and small molecules Challenges over the last 13 years of the amc being in existence and how they've been overcome Current challenges o How to achieve the right quality at the right time with manufacturing readiness o Cell line development for allogeneic cell therapies o Variability of starting materials for autologous cell therapies o Analytical challenges in viral vector manufacturing
  • Video The Link Between Supply Chain Integrity and Auditing During and Post Pandemic

    Join our focused session, where our market expert will provide an insightful analysis of the supply chain set-up from the pandemic to now. Understand the industry learnings from Covid and what has evolved within the supply chain industry: Reviewing current developments in pharmaceutical supply chain security and data integrity Why remote pharmaceutical auditing will play a key role in supply chain set-up Comparing pharmaceutical supply chain Integrity and Material quality during and after the Pandemic (COVID-19) Joint Audit Programs® for the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Video Case Study: Putting ESG into Practice - Decarbonizing Supply Chains in the Pharma Industry

    Join our case study to learn more about the current supply chain set-up across the industry and gain takeaways on how to reduce your environmental footprint: How does the PSCI make a positive impact towards the creation of sustainable supply chains? Audit Program Capability Building Special Projects
  • Video Case Study: Reviewing the Ti02 Challenges in Europe and why the US Market should Take Account

    The European ban on the use of titanium dioxide for food use has called into question its use in pharmaceutical products because its pharmaceutical use was predicated on its approval for food use. The European ban is not based on hard science or a real safety issue, but on the precautionary principle. This presentation will help participants: Understand the real facts about TiO2 safety and the possibilities of the precautionary EU food ban being extended to pharmaceuticals Realize what this could mean to patient access to critical drugs in the EU and what the potential for a similar ban occurring in other countries Identify what a ban of TiO2 in pharma would mean to the potential for serious drug shortages in the EU and global pharmaceutical development regarding the reformulation of thousands of existing products and the associated regulatory reviews which would be needed
  • Video Inspiring Raw Material Vendors to Apply Green Chemistry Innovations in Business: A Global Collaboration Initiative

    With the industry shifting to become more sustainable, it is crucial for both end-users and vendors to work together when sourcing greener raw materials. Join and learn about the need for global collaboration and what you can do to adopt green chemistry practices to your business: Assessing the current state of sourcing sustainable materials, what changes are needed? Identifying the common pitfalls within the industry and what can be done to avoid them Reviewing the latest technologies available and how they can be best applied to traditional chemistry Improving communication with suppliers to ensure the right materials are sourced
  • Video Forecasting and Strategy – Maximizing Product Accessibility and Uptake, Improving Commercial Forecasting Skills and Analytics

    As we bring in 2023, pharmaceutical companies will undoubtedly be looking ahead. But how will the events of the past two COVID years influence future aspirations? In the past, pharmaceutical companies used a mix of bottom-up and top-down processes to budget for the next fiscal year, and then made quarterly revisions during the year. Nowadays, both on the revenue side and on the expense side, volatility is more of a rule than the exception. Brands in different diseases are impacted differently in terms of demand by COVID-19: some experience an increased need; others are temporarily less needed, and demand will spike again once hospitals are able to take on less urgent cases. The timing of the impact of post COVID-19 era varies by country and is hard to predict, which makes strategy and financial forecasting more of a crystal ball exercise. Finally, various payers in health care systems will have budget issues themselves, having to redirect their budgets on the fly. How the market is bouncing back and forecasting is aligning itself to the new normal will be understood better by this presentation The presentation will cover: A typical forecasting process- cross functional process How do you value / forecast a drug / company’s pipeline? What techniques to use? What are the forecasting models and best practices for early-stage assets in drug/IP commercialization processes? Who are the stakeholders in the forecasting process and how to influence them?
  • Video Psychedelic Research: Where Do We Stand in the Global Market?

    Join our thought leadership session to understand the current state of Psychedelics in the pharmaceutical industry. Delve into the potential psychedelics can bring and why the industry needs to take notice of its growing importance: How psychedelics can play a role in the treatment of mental health conditions Emerging investigator initiated and sponsored clinical trials Drug development and regulatory challenges to counter before mass adoption
  • Video Understanding Current Drivers in Drug Pricing and What this Means for the Industry

    Get the inside focus on the latest drug pricing developments in the US market. Listen to the current legislator updates and how it will affect patient costs while reviewing the rising manufacturing costs from inflation and supply constraints and the market’s reaction: Examining current manufacture drug costs vs patient costs and how this reflects in current market pricing Reviewing legislator updates in the market and expected changes to the industry Calculating rising inflation and supply constraints, what will be the impact on the cost of manufacturing?