Steve Monaghan

Five Recommendations for Improving Pharmaceutical Data Integrity

In the pharmaceutical industry, every part of the production process – from the amount of each ingredient included in a batch to the cleaning process between batches – must be documented. This documentation becomes an important part of a product’s genealogy, which means it must be stored long term and easy to produce when required by a regulatory authority. But this documentation is really only as good as the data collected to produce the documentation. This means data integrity, which focuses on providing and maintaining the accuracy and consistency of data over its entire lifecycle, is central to compliance in this heavily regulated industry. 

Improved Safety and Production Performance through Better Alarm Management

Ever misplace something important? Ever have too many important things on your to-do list and can’t...