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FDA inspectors aren't lurking in your parking lot. But they will come to your site one day soon. Are you ready to answer each and every question they ask about your suppliers? Your warehouses? Your shippers? Your acceptance procedures? Your ability to monitor and audit?
If your answer is, 'Yes, we're ready,' then please stop reading -- you don't need our help. If your answer is, 'No, we're not perfectly ready,' please read on.
Managing suppliers is not just about crafting airtight quality agreements. Inadequate storage conditions have joined the ranks of leading causes of drug recalls. And failure to evaluate suppliers, keep AS up to date, conduct quality audits at appropriate intervals are cited often in 483s.
We have witnessed the challenges drug and medical device companies face managing suppliers from the inside. Our advisory team of former FDA inspectors and pharmaceutical and medical device quality has seen it all. With them on your side, it's like having a top tier internal compliance officer at your site whenever you need one.
Quality Agreements Are Like A Good Prenup:
One senior executive at a biopharma company likens having a well-executed quality agreement to a good prenuptial agreement-hopefully never necessary but imperative if things go wrong. "Should you find the company filing for a divorce, you'd better get a good lawyer," she told us.
"I've seen companies locked into a supply agreement with a logistics provider who could not meet GMP requirements, and they basically had to pick up another carrier who could," one consultant told us. "So they were paying double the money, just to make sure the product was handled properly."
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