How pharma packaging could now support the extension of personalized services across the serialized supply chain | CPhI North America

 

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How pharma packaging could now support the extension of personalized services across the serialized supply chain

Rick Seibert (Senior Vice President of Innovation and Technology Services, Sharp)

Dan Stehn (Director of Injetable Packaging)

Location: Insight Brief Theater

Date: Wednesday, May 1

Time: 10:30am - 11:15am

Track: Insight Briefing

Vault Recording: TBD

Pharmaceutical packaging could play in developing personalized services for both pharma brands and - more importantly - their patients, HCP’s and other stakeholders in the extended supply chain.

These personalized services will have most impact on:
- High value drug products
- Orphan drug populations
- Patients with complex dosing regimes or delivery systems
- Complex supply chains (linkage to cold chain, frozen transportation etc)
- Medical conditions involving high-dependency care at home

How can the serialized package contribute to support these complex patient programmes? What impact might this have on your supply chain strategy and how should supply chain partners support these efforts?