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ANVISA Reveals Draft Serialization Regulation and Asks For Comments

Last week, the National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA), the healthcare regulator in Brazil, published a draft of their proposed pharma serialization regulations aimed at meeting the requirements of the new law number 13.410 of December 28, 2016 (see “Brazil Gets Rational With Their New Pharma Traceability Law”).  The purpose of this new publication is to solicit comments from interested parties.  It is called “Public Consultation No. 311 of February 15, 2017”.  This is not a final regulation—the public consultation ends on March 17, 2017, after which changes to the text, based on the feedback collected, are likely before it becomes final—but it provides us with a solid view of ANVISA’s thinking, and that amounts to a big win for the industry, and for Brazil.  Now is the time to read it over and submit your comments to help make it even better. Continue reading ANVISA Reveals Draft Serialization Regulation and Asks For Comments

Russia Begins Its Pharma Supply Chain Pilot

Last week, GS1 Healthcare raised the awareness of new documents available on the Russian Federation government website.  Actually, the news was contributed to that group by Brian Daleiden of TraceLink, who has been very generous with contributions of news and documents from multiple markets.  These Russian documents explain the basis for a voluntary pharma supply chain pilot that the government is beginning this quarter.  Of course, these documents are only provided officially in the native Russian language.  Continue reading Russia Begins Its Pharma Supply Chain Pilot