There are lots of mistakes a company can make when designing their solution to comply with pharma serialization and tracing regulations. One of these is to print the unique identifier on the outsert attached to their packaging. An “outsert” is a tightly folded piece of paper that contains very detailed prescribing information intended to inform medical professionals who prescribe, dispense and/or administer the drug. It contains Continue reading Serialization Mistake #1: Printing On Your Outsert
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