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Mar
08

Pharma Recalls: Notifications That Get Noticed

Consignee identification and notification are among the first steps pharmaceutical companies need to take when they experience a recall. They can also be some of the biggest challenges. When physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals change office locations or transfer to other employers, available data can become outdated. It is important to identify gaps and obtain up-to-date contact information to ensure notifications are being sent to the correct professionals.

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Mar
01

Fighting Fatigue: Avoiding Recall Reannouncements

Many business leaders may think the worst case scenario when it comes to product defects is a recall. But imagine having to reannounce the recall months later. It’s a common situation, especially among consumer products and medical devices. Unfortunately, this situation can’t always be avoided.

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Nov
14

Steering Toward New Safety Measures

Less than a month after issuing draft guidance that would require electronic recall notifications, NHTSA has released another safety proposal – this time aimed at improving vehicle cybersecurity.

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Sep
13

NHTSA Proposes New Rules…Are You Ahead of the Curve?

In the face of continuing challenges with defective airbags and other safety recalls, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is considering new mandates in an effort to raise repair rates. A new proposal would require electronic recall notifications in addition to standard first class mail communication.

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Aug
08

Top 4 Signs Recall Fatigue is Affecting Your Response Rates

One of the greatest challenges for any company facing a recall is combating recall fatigue – when consumers are so inundated with recall news that they tune out individual issues that may affect them. That can have serious consequences for both people and brands. If dangerous products remain in consumers’ homes or on the road, it could result in additional injuries or illnesses – and additional harm to brands.

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