Overview

November 27, 2023 marks the tenth and final year in the DSCSA implementation plan and deadline to meet several requirements—interoperable exchange, verification, and tracing. This webinar will explore the impact of DSCSA on the drug supply chain and consider challenges and logistics relevant to DSCSA compliance for industry including: exchanging product data while abiding by these requirements, initiating requests for tracing data of suspect products, and opining on what potential   enforcement actions might look like. During this webinar, panelists will also share best practices to ensure DSCSA compliance in advance of the upcoming deadline.

Speakers

Elizabeth A. Gallenagh, General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Integrity, Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA)
Eric M. Marshall, Principal, Leavitt Partners, LLC
Maryann Nelson, Regulatory Manager, Cardinal Health, Inc.
Howard R. Sklamberg, Partner, Arnold & Porter

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