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Single-use, custom-designed packaging from concept to market is available in as few as eight weeks.
Together, the ChargePoint SUP and ChargeBag PE-S form a high performance, single use package for the contained and sterile transfer of pharmaceutical powders between manufacturing process steps or even facilities.
The FDA just gave the green light to a new treatment for multiple sclerosis that decreases the number of patient relapses.
The risk is real, and small to midsize manufacturers are increasingly the target. Insurers AHT and Coalition discuss what to expect from a ransomware attack, and how to defend yourself against one.
The newest form of male birth control just passed safety and tolerability tests when used daily for a month.
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags are embedded on all prefilled syringe products at the Nephron 503B Outsourcing Facility.
Health Canada has approved Resolve Digital’s smart vaporizer for a Medical Device License for cannabis use.
A team at Georgia Tech has developed an assistive robot that acts as a body surrogate for people with severe motor impairments.
Ivermectin is a drug that kills mosquitos after they bite, and it’s being used to control the spread of malaria.
Healthcare Packaging looks at the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), circa 2019, in this exclusive interview with Peter Sturtevant, Senior Director, Industry Engagement—Pharmaceuticals, GS1 US.
Groundbreaking logistics program delivers medical samples via Matternet’s unmanned drone platform at the WakeMed hospital and campus in Raleigh, NC.
Cold Chain Complete is a combination of two temperature indicators that alert users to exposure of unacceptably high or low temperatures.
A former senior DEA official who testified on the government’s attempt to curb the opioid epidemic is now a paid advisor for Purdue Pharma.
Generics drugs face shortages for a variety of economic and management reasons. A group of health systems has banded together to ensure continuous supply for patients and aims to be the "conscience" of the market.
The FDA just approved the first drug to treat postpartum depression, but it requires a stay in a medical center.
Protecting your people, products, intellectual property and your firm’s reputation, has become a white collar profession.
The American Medical Association is reaching out to social media platforms for help in stopping the anti-vax movement.
Part Two of a Special Report on serialization demonstrates the wide range of job duties tasked with the responsibility of meeting this mandate.
Where Your Business Takes Center Stage
Adopting new medical devices into a facility is a big decision; here’s what hospitals look for during the process.