New DSCSA Webinar Series

??????????????????????????Do you need to understand the U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) but do not have time or budget to attend a conference?  Webinars are the ideal way to get the same information you would collect at a conference without the travel hassles, expense and lost time.  That’s why Riya Cao of LSPediA and I have decided to offer a new series of webinars aimed at various important DSCSA topics.  We have announced three initial dates and topics and registration is currently open for all three.  They include:

  • DSCSA—Where Are We Now? (March 17, 2015, 11am EDT)
    With the DSCSA January 2015 deadline behind us, we’ll take a look at what the FDA and the industry has done, what went well, and what went wrong. Learn about the upcoming deadlines and what they entail.

    • The DSCSA 2015 requirements and delayed requirements
    • 2017 DSCSA serialization requirement
    • International requirements
    • Business risks and Impact
    • Lessons learned
  • A Closer Look At Serialization And Aggregation (March 31, 2015, 11am EDT)
    Compare the DSCSA 2017 serialization requirements to the various global standards. Identify the pros and cons of aggregation and non-aggregation.  Learn about level 1-5 technology infrastructure and how to align your enterprise applications to meet compliance.

    • DSCSA 2017
    • International requirements
    • Aggregation building blocks
    • Packaging, line management, and site management
    • Enterprise applications
    • EPCIS communications
  • A Closer Look At Randomization (April 14, 2015, 11am EDT)
    Many manufacturers will either be required to randomize their product serial numbers or will choose to. In this webinar we will review the regulations that require randomization and explain multiple technical approaches to implementing it.

    • What is Randomization
    • International requirements
    • GS1 Standards considerations
    • Explore methods of Randomization

You can find out more about these sessions and register at  I hope to see you online.