23 Nov 2021

Optimising Patient Outcomes in Respiratory Medicine with Digital Healthcare Devices

This session was originally broadcast as part of the CPhI Worldwide 2021 digital content programme.

When patients self-administer their medications, 60% do not take them as intended, and over half of all patients are non-adherent. The resulting cost of non-adherence and non-optimised therapy is steep, and everyone pays the price, from pharmaceutical companies and payers to HCPs and their patients.

The cost of non-adherence alone is US$300 billion per year, with $188 billions of US pharma revenue lost. The rules around healthcare engagement are now being rewritten with connected ecosystems and the ability to link self-administered medications to disease management solutions. Technology has the potential to augment patient care, deliver value across the digital health ecosystem and deliver

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    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 Podcast: Spray Drying- Formulation Approaches and Technologies

    This podcast originally aired as part of CPhI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Spray drying is used in various pharmaceutical applications and has become an increasingly popular technique in the production of formulations of poorly soluble APIs and inhalable dry powder formulations. This remarkable technology involves spraying a liquid formulation onto a surface which is then allowed to dry to produce a powder in one single step. In pharmaceutical manufacturing, spray drying is suited to the production of peptides, proteins or poorly water-soluble APIs, particularly antibiotics, because it allows them to be co-processed with solubility enhancement excipients. Another advantage is that the approach reduces the number of unit operations, potentially lowering manufacturing costs. This podcast explores how spray drying can overcome the problem of low aqueous solubility that all too often stall clinical testing programmes.
  • 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 Podcast: Co-Crystals - Formulation Approaches and Technologies

    This podcast originally aired as part of CPhI Discover - 17-28 May 2021 Co-crystals are crystalline materials composed of two or more different molecules, typically active pharmaceutical ingredients and co-crystal formers in the same crystal lattice. Tailoring of co-crystals can provide opportunities to not only enhance bioavailability and stability but also the processability of APIs during drug manufacturing. In 2018, the US Food and Drug Administration published guidance clarifying the regulatory classification of pharmaceutical co-crystal solid-state forms for companies planning to submit new drug applications. This move has generated a lot of interest in the co-crystal field. In this podcast, we take a look at how the use of co-crystals have evolved and what are the best approaches to screening and selecting co-crystals to identify the most viable ones to help find suitable development candidates.
  • 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 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.
  • Video CPhI Webinar Series: Pharma Outlook 2021: Watch Now!

    Featuring three speakers from leading market intelligence organisations, this webinar outlines the key trends and developments in the pharma sector to be aware of over the coming twelve months. Daniel Chancellor, Thought Leadership Director, Informa Pharma Intelligence, provided a snapshot of pharma pipeline activity during 2020, with oncology being the therapy area that continues to dominate clinical trial activity, with immune and central nervous system jockeying for second and third position.

    He also shone a light over the disruption that the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought over trials and the industry’s rapid response to the crisis in terms of developing both vaccines and therapeutics against the virus.

    “We have around three and a half thousand clinical trials initiated or planned against COVID-19 since the start of the year, with around 700 pipeline drugs and not to mention some of the repurposed efforts that have been run by academic groups, too,” he told the webinar.

    Sarah Rickwood, Vice President European Thought Leadership, IQVIA presented nine key issues that are going to drive change in 2021 and beyond, a blend of some directly accelerated by the current pandemic and others that were issues already in existence prior to the pandemic, “but are really going to see their full impact on changing the shape of pharma and health care in 2021 and beyond regardless.”

    She told the audience that the industry is actually dealing with three crises rather than one, and that the first half of the 2020s is likely to be flavoured by the pandemic and its consequences.

    “We have the infection crisis, which we hope will be addressed by the vaccines which have come through with such an amazing effort from the pharmaceutical industry,” she said, adding that the challenge is that the infection crisis has triggered two other crises which will stretch through 2021 and beyond.

    “The first is a crisis of healthcare systems, the non-COVID treatments of patients in healthcare systems have been delayed, changed and negatively impacted by the fact that healthcare systems have had to pivot to COVID treatment and addressing those patient backlogs which vary by country and by therapy area, is going to take a long period.”

    She also pointed to the beginning of the economic crisis, with really worrying drops in GDP in Q2: “The full impact of mass employment has yet to be realized and that will mean health care system budgets will be constrained. So at best I can say is that we’re not living in a post-pandemic environment in 2021, we're living in a vaccine plus environment.”

    And rounding off the webinar, Saman Kay, Solutions Consultant for Regulatory Intelligence at Clarivate Analytics, took a look at the future of drug manufacturing technology and assessed the opportunities and challenges of adopting continous manufacturing processes in place of traditional batch manufacturing.