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May
24

Bitter Pill: Managing Sensitive Pharmaceutical Recalls

Many pharmaceutical recalls are routine. As demonstrated by the most recent Recall Index, they rarely involve the most serious Class I designation. But even when they aren’t high risk, they may be highly sensitive. That’s because pharmaceuticals treat conditions that may not be life-threatening but are critically important – even emotional – to the patients who are prescribed them.

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Feb
17

Top 5 Tips for a Successful Mock Recall

They say ‘practice makes perfect,’ and when it comes to recalls, the phrase is spot on. Some companies may include recalls in broader crisis plans, but that often means their procedures are not as robust as necessary. Mock recalls are the single best way to determine recall readiness – but only if they are well thought out and properly executed. Below are some of the top tips to follow for a successful mock recall.

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Nov
18

The “One Click Rule” …Coming to a Website Near You?

Anyone who has ever had a prescription filled knows these drugs come with a lengthy list of both benefits and risks that could rival many peer-reviewed journals. But of course, that isn’t the only place both types of information must be listed. Any promotion of a drug’s claims must also include a “fair balance” of risk information as well. The requirement has made many forms of online marketing difficult due to lack of space. Now, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is

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Sep
20

Top 5 Recall Myths – Busted!

Despite the overall rise in recalls in recent years, a lot of misinformation about recall execution persists. Below are some of the top myths companies should dispel in order to be fully prepared for the eventuality of a recall. 1.  Small recalls are no big deal. Sure, a recall of just a few units can be managed easily. But there is more to the impact of a recall than size. Equally important is the impact on end users.

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May
06

The Multiplier Effect Strikes Again

Another widespread food recall has taken a toll on the food industry. This time, a sunflower seed supplier has issued a recall due to a possible listeria contamination, potentially impacting hundreds of products across dozens of brands. As sunflower seeds are often used in a range of foods, recalls are now being issued across the country. It’s not the first time an ingredient has had a ripple effect throughout the industry. In Q1 2015, a common spice was recalled due to an undeclared allergen.

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