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  1. 1. Labeling 2013 Quality and ComplianCe training PHARMA CEUTICAL 3 Quality and Compliance Training // PDF brochure GSMI FDA Regulated Industries // PDF brochure GSMI 5 The 5th Annual Digital Pharma™ East Conference ExL Pharma // Pre-mailer 6 The 5th Annual Digital Pharma™ East Conference ExL Pharma // Conference brochure in-house and public Cour the pharmaceutical, Biot medical device industrie 888.409.4418 | http://gsmiweb.co 10/15 - 8:51 AM ExL Pharma graphic design // conferences 2 Social Media Strategies For April 17-18, 2013 Edison, NJ 100% October 15-18, 2012 Loews Hotel | Philadelphia, PA The Digital Innovators’ Forum for Learning Relevant Strategies and Realizing Results Keynote Speakers For 2012 Myrtle Potter CEO Myrtle Potter Media Myrtle Potter and Company 4 Packaging and Labeling - Sinan Aral Professor of Informatics, Operations and Management Sciences NYU Stern MIT Quality Management System Digital // PDF brochure GSMI Pharma™ Key Digital Themes for 2012 600 7 The 7th Annual Bio/Pharmaceutical Create a Dynamic Digital Marketing Review Process at Your Organization East Join Over of Your Digital Marketing Peers! iPhone App! App by: Pricing Reimbursement Conference ExL Pharma // Conference brochure Pharma 3.0: Understand the Impact of Emerging Social October 15-18, and Mobile Tactics Impacting your Brands 2012 Loews Hotel | Philadelphia, PA Understand the Impact and Trends Around mHealth The Digital Innovators’ Forum for Learning Results Embrace and Leverage BIG DATA Analytics at Relevant your OrganizationStrategies and Realizing Stay Up to Date with FDA Social Media Guidance Successfully Integrate the iPad throughout the Enterprise Drive Dynamic Innovation Throughout the Pharmaceutical Organization Choose from Five Conference Streams with 85+ Remarkable Speakers Linda C. Modica Art Director | Brand Specialist | Graphic Designer Keynote Sessions blog tsae/moc.seiresamrahplatigid.www portfolio www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east golb Hear Real World Examples of Digital, Social and Mobile Impact Improving Outcomes via Digital Innovation Social Networks, Viral Marketing and Big Data Understand the Emerging Role of Gaming Technology in Healthcare Myrtle Potter CEO Myrtle Potter Media Myrtle Potter and Company Sinan Aral Professor of Informatics, Operations and Management Sciences NYU Stern MIT Nick DiNubile, MD Orthopaedic Surgeon Best Selling Author DrNICK.COM www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east
  2. 2. Social Media Strategies For FDA Regulated Industries Client: GSMI Description: onference brochure, custom infographics, icon development C 8.5 x 11 electronic PDF for distribution 2
  3. 3. Quality and ComplianCe training in-house and public Courses for the pharmaceutical, Biotech and medical device industries Quality and Compliance Training Client: GSMI Description: onference brochure, icon development C 8.5 x 11, landscape, PDF for electronic distribution • • • • • • • Record change control methods for your CAPA process • Address incidents in a timely manner with a process oriented timeline • Identify the impact of nonconformance, and mitigate the risk appropriately • Manage escalation • Verify and validate incidents Register Today! 888.409.4418 or B.zvaifler@gsmiweb.com 3 8 Quality and Compliance training | 888.409.4418 | http://gsmiweb.com/training.html “Excellent training, even for someone who has been in the industry for a number of years.” “The training was relevant. The quality of the program was excellent.” “This course and instructor, was one of the most insightful and applicable QA courses that I have taken.” “I’m very pleased– it was time well spent. I feel inspired and empowered to design and implement a program for my company.” * This represents a partial list of clients. Please contact for more information and a full list. 3 Quality and Compliance training | 888.409.4418 | http://gsmiweb.com/training.html past Clients DRA Compliance Manager, Novartis QA Specialist Allergy Labs Sr. Director, Bayer Advanced QA Manager, Millennium Labs QS Manager, Millennium Labs General Counsel, Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc instructors Analyze FDA CAPA Requirements Develop a comprehensive CAPA process CAPA Data Collection Avoid multiple investigations Validating CAPA processes Increase ROI by decreasing penalties and costs associated with incidents Learn to test potential cause and effect Mitigate risk effectively Differentiate between corrections, corrective action and preventative action Conduct quality root cause analysis and failure investigations Document CAPA report effectively Measure the effectiveness of a CAPA process “This seminar helped me understand my job. It put everything into perspective” Course outlines • • • • • • “Very Informative, the presenter has a lot of experience which makes the training very interesting and a great learning experience” Contact Topics Covered Include past Clients This course will review the requirements of a lean and effective CAPA system. CAPA processes are continuously cited in warning letters and 483s, this course will mitigate your risk of nonconformance by reviewing the necessary components of a CAPA process as well as looking at best practices for an effective system testimonials instructors Public: April 8-9, 2014 San Diego, CA In-house/ Live onsite E-learning Contact Delivery Methods Offered training Clients include Course outlines Capa process improvements gSmi training overview | http://gsmiweb.com/training.html gSmi training overview 888.409.4418
  4. 4. Assure compliance before an inspection, and prepare your organization for the future of regulation Training Instructors: Jim Ingram Bruce Cohen, Principal Ingram Consulting Services 2013 Packaging and Labeling Quality Management System April 17-18, 2013 Edison, NJ PackTechPlus, LLC Jim has over 20 years of management experience in manufacturing and packaging of pharmaceutical, food and cosmetic products, including over 10 years with glaxosmithKline. throughout his career, he has had direct responsibility for compliance with government agencies such as Fda, ePa, dea and da. over the past 15 years as an independent consultant, Jim has developed a range of processes and training programs, resulting in improved Fda audits and relief from Consent decrees. Jim received his associates degree in engineering from Central Carolina technical College and attended Campbell University Business school. He has numerous patents to his credit and is a Certified Packaging Professional with the Institute of Packaging Professionals. Bruce has been an innovative leader in pharmaceutical packaging for over 35 years. He has held positions at alcon Laboratories, BBL, Boehringer Mannheim diagnostics, sterling drug inc., glaxo inc. and glaxosmithKline. Currently, he is owner/Principal of PacktechPlus, LLC, a packaging technology consulting firm. Bruce’s expertise includes packaging materials, primary and secondary packaging process equipment, labeling/graphics design process and equipment, serialization, and over 25 years of anti-counterfeiting strategy and tactical process design. He is a member and past chairman of the drug Pharmaceutical Packaging Committee of ioPP, past chairman of the PhRMa Bar Code technical Committee and the PhRMa Paperless Labeling task Force. Agenda-At-A-Glance Day One: Day Two: • overview of Pharmaceutical Packaging Labeling • Comply with Bar Code Requirements • examine cgMPs for the Manufacture, Packaging Labeling of drug Products • implement safety strategies Prevent Liability issues • analyze the Composition and Manufacturing of drug Packaging Materials • implement Comprehensive soPs for Packaging Labeling • ensure Packaging Labeling suppliers Comply with Fda Requirements • implement Formal Quality test Procedures Criteria • Validate Pharmaceutical, Medical secondary Packaging Labeling equipment • implement Clinical Protocol Requirements for Packaged Labeled Products • determine appropriate Formats styles of Packaging Labeling • Preparing for Fda Quality systems-Based inspection • Comply with Legal Requirements for Labels the Labeling Process • security Packaging Brand Protection 3 | Presented by | RegisteR today! 619-810-1935 www.qualityandcompliancetraining.com or www.gsmiweb.com Keep your personnel in the know and up-to-date with FDA regulatory standards Packaging and Labeling - Quality Management System packaging and 3 Institute standards prior to labeling Client: GSMI inspection 3 Description: Conference brochure 8.5 x 11, PDF for electronic distribution Discuss SOP and GMP to ensure FDA compliance 3 Learn best practices and controls for your packaging and labeling system 3 Leverage risk with compliance to prepare yourself for the Two Full Days of Packaging and Labeling System Management Training! future of regulation Agenda 8:30 Register Today! 1 2 619-810-1935 www.qualityandcompliancetraining.com 4 3 Module 3 4 Module 4 5 6 7 8:30 • Identify key labeling and packaging issues in pharmaceutical RD • Analyze labeling and packaging development processes, including marketing aspects • Outline roles and responsibilities of development team Examine cGMPs for the Manufacture, Packaging Labeling of Drug Products Module 2 • • • • Review the FDA drug approval process and general packaging/labeling guidelines Discuss the impact of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) Analyze USP test procedures and requirements Explore the FDA’s recently proposed rule for prescription drug labeling Analyze the Composition and Manufacturing of Drug Packaging Materials • • • • Identify types of glass used in manufacturing and drug packaging Explore the use of metal in tin plates Inspect the nature of plastics and composite films Examine the chemical structure of elastomeric material Implement Comprehensive SOPs for Packaging Labeling • • • • Ensure written procedures include set-up of packaging equipment Decide what measures should be taken when process AQL limits are exceeded Determine precise packaging plans and label control Specify documentation and personnel involvement Validate Pharmaceutical, Medical Secondary Packaging Labeling Equipment Module 5 • Review common challenges associated with equipment • Discuss typical pitfalls associated with Form-Fill-Seal machines • Validate air handling systems in packaging rooms and aseptic processing equipment Determine Appropriate Formats Styles of Packaging Labeling Module 6 Module 7 5:30 4 | Presented by Agenda Day 1 Training Begins Overview of Pharmaceutical Packaging Labeling Module 1 Learn Best Practices with 14 Interactive and Comprehensive Modules • • • • Examine ease of use, legibility, understandability Assess aesthetic properties analyze barrier properties Explore current security features Ensure sufficient use layout of print warnings Comply with Legal Requirements for Labels the Labeling Process • Identify legal issues related to repackaging relabeling • Report drug product problems appropriately Training Concludes | RegisteR today! 8 9 Comply with Bar Code Requirements Module 8 • Define FDA’s expectations regarding bar codes for human drug products • Identify solutions to technical challenges raised by bar code requirements • Implement strategies to achieve maintain compliance Implement Safety Strategies Prevent Liability Issues Module 9 • • • • • • Explain the liability issues associated with labeling Analyze the impact of direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising Ensure that clinical study safety information is incorporated on package inserts Include post-marketing and Phase IV study data in package inserts Incorporate conversion of terminology for safety information Ensure accurate distinct labeling prevent mislabeling 10 Ensure Packaging Labeling Suppliers Comply with FDA Requirements 11 12 Implement Formal Quality Test Procedures Criteria Module 10 13 14 Module 11 • • • • • Establish metrics to evaluate an outsource provider Conduct an efficient pre-qualification process Determine responsibilities of suppliers vendors Ensure compliance with test requirements Establish the role of the QA group • Validate testing data for product shelf life • Ensure the package protects the product • Implement techniques for changes in batch size • Examine trending data Implement Clinical Protocol Requirements for Packaged Labeled Products Module 12 • • • • • Prepare for the manufacture of clinical trial material Examine the manufacturing techniques for various drug product types Analyze storage labeling dispensing Evaluate label control and packaging plans Ensure compliance with test requirements Preparing for FDA Quality Systems-Based Inspection Module 13 Module 14 5:30 619-810-1935 www.qualityandcompliancetraining.com or www.gsmiweb.com Day 2 Training Begins 5 | Presented by • Review cGMPs that affect clinical supply manufacturing • Ensure proper documentation • Review training process for SOPs • Review impact of OOS on packaging labeling Security Packaging Brand Protection • Review counterfeit issues and the impact it has on your products • Review examples of different counterfeits what you can do to protect your brand Training Concludes | RegisteR today! 619-810-1935 www.qualityandcompliancetraining.com or www.gsmiweb.com
  5. 5. 10/15 - 8:51 AM ExL Pharma 100% October 15-18, 2012 Loews Hotel | Philadelphia, PA The Digital Innovators’ Forum for Learning Relevant Strategies and Realizing Results Keynote Speakers For 2012 10/15 - 8:51 AM ExL Pharma 100% 10/15 - 8:51 AM ExL Pharma Digital Pharma East Topics Myrtle Potter CEO Myrtle Potter Media Myrtle Potter and Company Sinan Aral Professor of Informatics, Operations and Management Sciences NYU Stern MIT Key Digital Themes for 2012 Digital Pharma™ Pharma 3.0: Understand the Impact of Emerging Social and Mobile Tactics Impacting your Brands East Create a Dynamic Digital Marketing Review Process at Your Organization iPhone App! App by: Understand the Impact and Trends Around mHealth Embrace and Leverage BIG DATA Analytics at your Organization Stay Up to Date with FDA Social Media Guidance Successfully Integrate the iPad throughout the Enterprise blog golb www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east Key Metrics From Digital Pharma East 2011 Sponsors 625 Surveyed 90%ofAttendees 70+ Total Attendees Would Recommend Digital Pharma to a Friend Speakers Sponsors and Exhibitors 25 4 15 200+ Case Study Presentations Educational Tracks Scheduled Networking Activities Attendees for the Mobile Day Conference Co-Chairs: Shwen Gwee VP of Digital Health Edelman 60 Mark Monseau Founder Principal MDM Communications Sample of Confirmed Faculty To-Date: Jedrix Aquino Manager, Worldwide Communications ASP Matthew Barry Assistant Director HCP Multi-Channel Marketing Astellas Pharma US Stacy Burch Director, Corporate Reputation and Digital Communications Sanofi-Aventis Jeffrey Daniels Patient Recruitment Specialist Celldex Therapeutics Inc. Peter Dannenfelser Director, Pharmaceutical Digital Marketing North America Johnson Johnson Carlos Dortrait Product Director Janssen Biotech Doug Elwood Director, Global Medical Information Communications Innovation Bristol Myers Squibb Uri Goren Spokesman and PR Manager NeoPharm Tony Jewell Senior Director Corporate Communications AstraZeneca Harold Johns Manager, Global Web Solutions Johnson Johnson Cynthia North Customer Marketing Director Bayer Corporation Nancy Phelan Vice President, Customer Strategy Bristol Myers Squibb John Pugh Director of Digital Boehringer-Ingelheim Lisa Riedell Product Manager Sanofi-Aventis Jack Scannelli Director, Advertising Promotion Review Novartis Alison Woo, Director, Social Media Bristol Myers Squibb tsae/moc.seiresamrahplatigid.www “Digital Pharma East was truly a meeting place for Pharma Marketing Thought Leaders to share ideas and experiences. I am sure everyone learned at least one thing they did not know before or, met a vendor or a colleague that can help them move their digital marketing efforts forward.” -Director, Mobile and Social Media, ASTRAZENECA The 5th Annual Digital Pharma™ East Conference Client: 5 100% Digital Pharma East Sponsors ExL Pharma Description: onference Pre-Mailer; Direct Mail C Custom size - 7.31 x 9.5; rounded corners, 4 panel, (Digital globe image/logo provided by client) ® Join The Conversation! LIKE our Page blog Subscribe to our Digital Pharma blogblog Newsletter at www.exlpharma.com FOLLOW us on blog @DigitalPharma Digital Pharma Blog digitalblog.exlpharma.com www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east blog
  6. 6. Unique Conference Format Who Should Attend? This conference is designed for professionals from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries whose responsibilities include: Digital Pharma™ East provides a unique blend of learning formats giving you access to a number of different types of content delivery to choose from. We provide you the ability to tailor your agenda and choose session formats that work best based on your objectives. General Sessions Perspectives from key industry stakeholders, guru’s and leading innovators that take place on our main conference stage. Breakout Tracks Workshop Master Classes • Social Media • Interactive Services • Regulatory Affairs Case Study 7% Hear a first hand perspective on a particular instance of something used or analyzed over a period of time. Target Interactive Panels Have the opportunity to listen to group discussion and debate from a myriad of industry perspectives on the hottest issues and have your burning questions addressed. Audience 8% Medical Device Academic/Government Industry Service Provider Company Type 42% yC om p Pharmaceutical/Biotech any Typ Attendee Demographics 2011 Meet New Industry Colleagues and Reconnect with Existing Connections at the World’s Largest Pharmaceutical Marketing Event Agencies, consultants, and organizations that specialize in Interactive Marketing 43% Digital Pharma™ East e 6% Marketing Manager/Director 10% 36% Attendee D Networking • Information Technology B Power • Product Management • Global Marketing ics ph gra Receive executive level training in these three-hour workshops that offer a classroom feel with some personal attention on key industry topics. • Brand Management • eMarketing • Multi-Channel Marketing This program will also be of interest to: • Advertising Promotions • Mobile Marketing • Digital Strategy Inspired by the spirit of social media, these interactive sessions provide attendees the opportunity to communicate with their peers in group discussions that push the boundaries of traditional conference formats. • New Media • Digital Marketing ttendee Demo Our highly focused sessions allow you to glean valuable insights from case examples that provide instant impact on your digital marketing practices. • Marketing Unconference Sessions cs By Title Product/Brand Manager Director 28% hi rap og em When you ask anyone who has attended Digital Pharma™ in the past, they always tell you it is the best digital event to be at in terms of education and networking. In addition to four days of cutting edge content, we provide unparalleled networking opportunities that allow you the time and ability to meet other innovators in this industry and form connections that make a difference. To maximize the experience for all involved, we incorporate a series of networking breaks, special events and receptions to maximize peer-to-peer networking. eMarketing/Social Media/ Digital Marketing Business Development Tit le 20% Other Special Events at Digital Pharma™ East: October 15th October 16th October 17th 4:00 PM 11:45 AM 12:45 PM Opening Day Reception Hosted by: Join Over 600 of Your Digital Marketing Peers! Cocktail Reception 5:30 PM October 15-18, 2012 Loews Hotel | Philadelphia, PA Strolling Luncheon in Exhibit Area LOEWS PHILADELPHIA HOTEL Strolling Luncheon in Exhibit Area 1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 To make hotel reservations attendees can call the Loews reservations department at 888-575-6397 and request the negotiated rate for ExL’s 6th Digital Pharma™ East. You may also use the following weblink to make reservations online: http://www.loewshotels.com/en/Philadelphia-Hotel/GroupPages/18O101812. The group rate is available until September 24, 2012. Please book your room early as rooms available at this rate are limited. Cocktail Reception 6:00 PM Hosted by: Offering the ideal layout and amenities for our Digital Pharma™ conference audience, the Loews Philadelphia Hotel offers the following features: In addition, there will be several private, invite only breakfast, lunch and dinner meetings that you will be informed of after registering for the conference. • 581 guest rooms, including 44 concierge club rooms and 14 specialty suites with magnificent views of the Philadelphia skyline • Breathe Spa and Fitness: a 15,000-square-foot, stateof-the-art wellness facility • 20 meter, two-lane heated lap pool, complete cardio center, and full-service spa If you are interested in hosting a cocktail reception or a breakfast, lunch or dinner meeting, please contact Jayson Mercado at 212-400-6236 or by e-mail at jmercado@exlpharma.com The Digital Innovators’ Forum for Learning Relevant Strategies and Realizing Results Explore and Source the best Products and Services from Industry Vendors and Partners 4 Register Today! www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east | 866-207-6528 | #digpharm | 5 Register Today! www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east • 866-207-6528 • #digpharm Drive Dynamic Innovation Throughout the Pharmaceutical Organization Hear Real World Examples of Digital, Social and Mobile Impact Agenda Choose from Five Conference Streams with 85+ Remarkable Speakers Keynote Sessions Improving Outcomes via Digital Innovation Social Networks, Viral Marketing and Big Data Sinan Aral Professor of Informatics, Operations and Management Sciences NYU Stern MIT Nick DiNubile, MD Orthopaedic Surgeon Best Selling Author DrNICK.COM At-A-Glance Understand the Emerging Role of Gaming Technology in Healthcare Myrtle Potter CEO Myrtle Potter Media Myrtle Potter and Company www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east Pre-Conference Workshop Day Monday 15th October 2012 WORKSHOP A WORKSHOP B WORKSHOP C DIGITAL HEALTH COALITION 9:00-11:45 AM 9:00-11:45 AM 1:00-4:00 PM Building a Power Team to Drive Your Digital and Sourcing Expertise BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM Sampling in the Cloud: A Full Spectrum Analysis of the Optimal Utilization of Digital Services KNIPPER How to Design an Effective Digital Campaign With Email DMD FALL 2012 SUMMIT 1:00-4:00 PM The Industry Landscape – A Snapshot of Executive Insight For Standards Best Practices in Digital, Social Mobile 4:00 DIGITAL HEALTH COALITION Selected Industry Leaders Networking Wine Tasting Reception To Be Hosted By: Main Conference Day 1: Tuesday 16th October 2012 08:30 Co-Chairmen’s Welcome 08:40 KEYNOTE: Improving Diabetes Outcomes via Digital Innovation MYRTLE POTTER MEDIA, INC. 09:20 Future 15 Pharma Trends KLICK HEALTH 10:00 Networking Refreshment Break 10:30 Digital Engagement and Customer Centricity BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 11:10 KEYNOTE: Social Networks,Viral Marketing and Big Data – Distinguishing Hope from Hype With Science NYU STERN MIT 11:45 Luncheon 1:00 Effectively Employing a Unique Pay-For-Performance Marketing Program: Understanding How to Reach and Convert Profiled, Targeted Heartburn Patients QUALITY HEALTH TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS 1:40 PANEL DISCUSSION: Driving Innovation in our “Slow-Moving-Ultra-Conservative” World of Pharma: Closing the Gap Between Knowing and Doing 2:30 Developing a Culture of Communication and Alignment Between Marketing and IT Divisions to Achieve Optimal Results MAQUET 3:30 Networking Refreshment Break TRACK A The 5th Annual Digital Pharma™ East Conference Client: 6 ExL Pharma Description: onference brochure; Direct mail C 8.5 x 11, 20 pages, (Digital globe image/logo was provided by client) TRACK B TRACK C TRACK D TRACK E Patient Consumer Marketing Healthcare Practitioner Marketing Internal Process Improvement Analytics Multi-Channel Marketing Strategy Interactive Unconference Sessions 4:00 Using Data to Shift the Marketing Mix and Budget Allocation to Digital ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS 4:00 Experience Mapping: Documenting the Road to Marketing Success BLUE DIESEL 4:00 Looking Holistically at Digital Social Media to Drive Differentiation COGNIZANT 4:00 Exploration of the Evolving World of Traditional, Digital and Pharma Marketing JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICALS HALE ADVISORS 4:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Innovations Enhancing the Impact of Physician Engagement Activities 4:45 PANEL DISCUSSION: Health Literacy in the Digital World: How to Develop Health Initiatives so Patients Can not Only Read, But Understand, and Act on the Information 4:45 Enhance the Digital Channel and Incorporate Emerging iPad Technology To Provide Better Access to HCPs ASTELLAS PHARMA US 4:45 Optimizing Sales Analytics and Metrics within a Global Digital Marketing Strategy NOVARTIS 4:45 Outsize Results on Modest Budgets: Think You Can’t Afford to do World-Class Marketing on Your Limited Budget? Think Again HEARTBEAT IDEAS 4:45 PANEL DISCUSSION: The Role of Marketing in Improving Health Outcomes 5:30 6 • Business Center and full-service audio visuals • Full-service Concierge • 10 minutes from Amtrak 30th Street Station • Across the street from SEPTA Market East Regional Rail Station • 20 minutes from Philadelphia Airport • 42,000 square feet of flexible function space Networking Cocktail Reception To Be Hosted By: Register Today! www.digitalpharmaseries.com/east • 866-207-6528 • #digpharm
  7. 7. The 7th Annual Bio/Pharmaceutical Pricing Reimbursement Conference Client: ExL Pharma Description: onference brochure; Direct mail C 8.5 x 11, 4/4, 6 panel, tri-fold, self-mailer 7

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