Excellis Health Solutions and 3C Excellis Europe have been busy recently speaking at various events and conferences include The TrackTS andFlyPharma conferences. 3C Excellis Europe spoke and attended both of these events. During his time at both events, he delivered expert serialization advice and uncovered the current state of serialization readiness in the pharma sector. We’ve put together a short series of blog posts on our experience at the events.
This article examines key requirements of the “Safety Features” Delegated Regulation and discusses the implications for pharmaceutical manufacturers and other participants in the European pharmaceutical supply chain.
Issue 28- March 2016
Come check out our very own Christoph Krahelbuhl at the 3rd Serialization Symposium in Philadelphia!
Drug Supply Chain Security Act – Get ready for the future today!
There are a few opportunities to attend GTT this spring! Catch us on the East Coast in New Jersey or join us on the West Coast in California’s San Diego and/or San Francisco.
MANCHESTER, England, Feb. 16, 2016— 2016 is an exciting year for Excellis Health Solutions. As the leading provider of Life Sciences and Healthcare consulting services, Excellis is eager to reveal the recent acquisition of 3C Integrity, a specialized pharmaceutical consulting company based out of Manchester, UK.
Join subject matter experts from AmerisourceBergen, Excellis Health Solutions and Acsis as we discuss the next phase of the DSCSA requirements, with a focus on warehousing and distribution. In this webinar, moderated by Pharmaceutical Commerce, we will review where our industry is today on the journey toward full DSCSA compliance and how companies can benefit from going beyond compliance.
Learn about DSCSA and other global regulatory requirements impacting the industry and specifically, your company from 2015-2023. Find out how these regulations can help transform business processes across your enterprise. CEO of Excellis Health Solutions, Greg Cathcart, will be leading a discussion on gaining a perspective on the latest global regulations and planning and implementing your Global Serialization Initiative. The interactive presentation will offer best practices and strategies for updated serialization programs.
When: December 15, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm
Who: Greg Cathcart, Excellis Health Solutions CEO
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Caitrin O’Shea, a Wisconsin School of Business MBA 2015 graduate and Excellis Health Solutions employee, shares her story on how one of her associate professor’s lessons changed her life and helped her career.
How taking a comprehensive approach in 2015 can save millions in 2023.