Manufacturers often rely on trusted suppliers to provide quality ingredients. But is trust enough? Not anymore. In today’s world of increasingly complex global supply chains, it’s okay to trust, so long as you verify.
India is a prominent player in today’s global pharmaceutical arena and a major contributor to the world’s supply of medicines. A large number of generics and OTC medicines in the U.S. are imported from India, which makes USP's collaborations with Indian pharma critical.
Kenya’s National Quality Control Laboratory (NQCL) recently attained a top international accreditation, multi-million dollar laboratory equipment for testing the quality of medicines, a new laboratory information management system, and an upgraded website.
While many individuals dismiss mistakes as ubiquitous and expected, healthcare professionals do not have the luxury to do so. A mistake in healthcare may cost a life, which makes medication error ownership a professional and moral challenge.