One of the surprising things about industry preparations for the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) is how hard it is to make label changes to add the new DSCSA product identifier barcode (see “The DSCSA Product Identifier On Drug Packages”). The artwork changes necessary take a lot longer than everyone originally expected. Companies with hundreds of different drug packages to redesign may have trouble getting all the work done by the November 27, 2017 deadline (2018 for repackagers). If you have thousands of different packages, you had better have a large team working on the artwork changes right now.
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