QMS 101: Pharmaceutical Quality Management System

The Pharmaceutical Quality Management System (QMS) is a collection of activities and processes that improve the quality of the pharmaceutical product. It focuses on specific persons and processes involved in the production of goods and stops them from straying from quality standards like FDA 21 CFR Part 11, ISO and ICH Q10. For instance, data...

2022 Life Sciences Technology Predictions

Life science organizations are embracing technological innovation at a swift and significant pace. Here are three healthcare technologies that will impact life science organizations in 2022, from design through manufacturing, supply chain to end of life.

Connecting the Dots in Life Sciences: Part 4 – Electronic Batch Records

Electronic Batch Records: Extend Quality Oversight to the Manufacturing Floor Digitization of life science manufacturing must go beyond the surface level and permeate deeper to every level of quality and compliance. The interconnectivity of systems and process integration facilitated by a holistic, cloud based QMS enables quality teams to adopt digital features across all their...

Connecting the Dots in Life Sciences: Part 1 – Manufacturing Value Chain

How Next Gen QMS Delivers on the Promise of Digital Transformation by Seamlessly Connecting Enterprise-Wide Systems, Processes, Documentation and Data in a Cost-Effective Manner In the life sciences, it is critical that quality and compliance permeate every aspect of a company’s operations, from research and development (R&D) through to post-market surveillance. So why do most...

Audit Management of Life Science Manufacturers Improves with the Right QMS.

The phrase, “You’re getting audited” causes stress no matter what business you’re in. But even in the Life Sciences, where audits are just part of everyday life, it can cause extreme amounts of stress. The work that needs to go into prepping for an audit differentiates the Life Sciences. Even internal audits require a mountain...

Top 5 CRM for Healthcare and Life Science

Healthcare is an enormous and lucrative industry, one which is constantly innovating and adapting. As our capabilities, technology, and culture change and evolve, so too must our healthcare institutions. Today’s patient lives in a world populated with curated content feeds, personalized shopping suggestions, and tailored ad algorithms – and they expect a similarly customized healthcare...