Expert cautions: DSCSA deadlines may cause drug shortages - in-Pharma Technologist:
"Supply chain consultant Dirk Rodgers wrote recently that wholesale distributors are having issues getting in touch with suppliers in order to meet one of the first deadlines of the DSCSA, which, after Jan. 1, 2015, requires all drugs transported through the supply chain to be accompanied by transaction information, transaction history and transaction statements.
“The real problem is that, despite many attempts by wholesale distributors to contact their suppliers to find out their ability to provide that information on that date, no response has been received from a significant percentage of those suppliers,” Rodgers says. "
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