Tuesday, May 22, 2012

California Board of Pharmacy weighs in on RxTEC proposal

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Henry Waxman, U.S. Congressman.
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More on potential e-Pedigree touchpoints . . .

SecuringPharma - California Board of Pharmacy weighs in on RxTEC proposal:

"The California Board of Pharmacy in the US has written an open letter to Representative Henry Waxman calling for a federal approach to pharmaceutical traceability that provides the same or greater protection to the public as its electronic pedigree system due to come into effect between 2015 and 2017.

The letter to Waxman - who serves as ranking member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee - also takes a swipe at the Pharmaceutical Traceability Enhancement Code (RxTEC) system enshrined in the Securing Pharmaceutical Distribution Integrity Act of 2012, saying that it is a "less robust, and less secure, supply chain infrastructure.""

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