Solutions For On-time, Deficient-Free Delivery Of Medical Supplies, Medicines And Other Products
For the person with diabetes in need of insulin, the heart patient awaiting a monitor or the individual expecting critical lab results, a delay of even one day isn't acceptable. Timely delivery of medical supplies or medication could mean the difference between recovery and relapse.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
A Medical Supply Company Opens The Door To Growth
Medical Direct Club delivers urological supplies directly to customers' homes – a huge convenience. But for Medicare or Medicaid to pay the company directly for the supplies, new customers must first complete an "assignment of benefits" form. And that's where things can get challenging.
Controlled Environment Storage: The Case For Outsourcing Gets Stronger
Anyone in business in the current economic climate knows that life is a constant struggle. Financial constraints, limitations on capital budget spend, and the ever-increasing need to reduce costs are all adding to the burden of trying to stay in business – and stay competitive. Inevitably, we all share some common challenges. By Patrick Jackson, Vindon Scientific
Why A Closed-Loop Supply Chain System?
This article covers improving compliance and efficiency in the pharmaceutical supply chain with reduced cost and risk. How does the sponsor ensure that product transfer conforms to the same established written procedures demanded at the investigator level throughout the full length of the supply chain, or more specifically while in the hands of non-pharmaceutical, non-investigator personnel? By Dr. Rüdiger Lomb is Global Director, Quality & Technical Compliance, World Courier
IMP Shipments: Too Big, Too Costly, Too Bad
A client in the UK was initiating a new clinical trial, and shipping forty-two pallets of the IMP to Marken’s pharmaceutical service depot in the testing region created several challenges.
Marken Delivers In Spite Of A Dry Ice Disruption In Moscow
In August of 2010, both dry ice factories in Moscow, Russia were shut down for an unplanned technical upgrade. At the same time the weather in the region was unusually hot (40°C, 104°F) which placed a higher than normal demand for dry ice to keep frozen shipments within the required temperature range.
Despite An Airport Strike, Marken Preserves The Data Chain
Marken collected a shipment from southern Sweden that was bound for next-day delivery in northern Belgium. However, all airline flights into Belgium were cancelled as a result of a strike action by airport workers.