When a problem puts millions of lives at risk, costs economies billions of dollars and undermines decades of hard-earned health progress, it deserves prompt and strategic attention. I’m describing the consequences of poor-quality medicines – a worldwide problem that deserves worldwide attention.
We live in an age where the use of computers and software systems are directly integrated into the practice and delivery of healthcare. This digitization of healthcare has led to innovations such as electronic health records, telemedicine, wearable devices, and even digital therapeutics.
Universal health coverage requires access to quality-assured medicines. Unfortunately, substandard and falsified medicines are highly preval
How one pharmacist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia helped protect patients.
Countries throughout Africa are working to harmonize standards to make processes more efficient and help bring needed pharmaceuticals to market, while protecting medicines quality. Learn more
There’s something about an anniversary that inspires me to look to the future as well as appreciate the past, especially at the start of a new year. As we mark the anniversary of the 10th year of USP-China, the future and the past offer a great deal to appreciate.