Pre-work Rigor, 'Clean' Documentation Are Key As US FDA Unlocks Remote Inspection Tools
A senior Parexel executive and ex-FDA pharmaceutical quality assessor emphasizes at a conclave why “first impressions matter now more than ever” as the agency deploys complex alternate inspections tools which the pandemic provided, and that companies need to ensure that they get things right the first time.
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