DSCSA “Serial Numbers”

I often write about the fact that drug manufacturers and repackagers that sell into the U.S. market must put “serial numbers”, or “serialize” their drug packages and homogeneous cases before November 27, 2017, but what exactly does that mean? Let’s break it down.  The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) defines the term “Product identifier”

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2 thoughts on “DSCSA “Serial Numbers””

    1. Stephen,
      The DSCSA mandates serial numbers on Rx product only, and I do not think we will see anyone voluntarily applying them to OTC product. If anyone knows of an exception to that, let us know.

      Dirk.

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