Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA): How To Get Ready (Fast) for Track & Trace

December 11, 2014

In November 2014, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to release guidance on important elements of the new drug track and trace law, the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), which must be implemented in part by January 1, 2015. Companies must act now to ensure compliance. The statute will ultimately mandate use of an electronic, interoperable system to identify and allow the tracking and tracing of prescription drugs as they are distributed in US commerce. The system developed under the DSCSA will require the exchange of information at the individual package level about where a drug has been in the supply chain, enhance detection of illegitimate products, and facilitate more efficient recalls.

This webinar focused on:

  • Expectations for prescription drug manufacturers now and in the future
  • Roles and responsibilities of wholesalers and third-party logistics providers
  • Detection of and response to suspect products
  • Notification requirements

Meet the Speakers

Abraham Gitterman
Senior Associate
Arnold & Porter
Daniel A. Kracov
Arnold & Porter
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