GolbalCompliancePanel will Conduct webinar on “Root Cause Analysis”

Overview: This course provides clarification of the competencies to plan effective, efficient and thorough investigations and design a process for the successful elimination of recurring failures and deviations. 

The material will examine the investigation process from failure identification and notification through documentation,  describe various analysis techniques to help you visualize the problem, and reveal the number one skill, as well as common pitfalls, in reaching correct root cause.  The primary objective of this course is to demonstrate the value of conducting proper root cause analysis as part of your investigation system.  Emphasis is placed on application and how to facilitate root cause analysis.  This course will be practical in its application and particularly valuable to those newer to this field or those who wish to refresh their knowledge of root cause analysis and investigative techniques.

Why you should attend: Inadequate failure investigations continue to be a major GMP deficiency cited within routine and for-cause regulatory inspection reports from both the FDA and EU regulatory agencies. More and more firms continue to operate with an unsuccessful approach to the failure investigation process and, subsequently, do not conduct an efficient or effective root cause analysis.  As a result, in a majority of companies, the common and significant root cause is being improperly reported as human error.  Consequently, the same deviations continue to recur; processes become non-productive due to unidentified equipment malfunctions, along with employee distrust.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Phases of an investigation
  • Definition and Principles of Root Cause analysis
  • Skills of an Investigator
  • The Interview
  • Problem Solving
  • Problem Statement
  • Root Cause Analysis Tools
  • Barriers and Controls

Medical compliance

Medical compliance

Medical compliance, rather lack of it, is perhaps the most detested word for the medical fraternity. Medical compliance is, in simple terms, adherence to prescribed treatment. Many patients fail their doctors by not following treatment courses properly. The reason most people do this is that they feel better after a few doses, and take a self-decision that they are fine and don’t need to complete the course. This makes the treatment ineffective, because most medicines are administered as courses.

There is another, rather sad reasons for which a few patients cannot ensure medical compliance. This is when they are unable to afford the medicines. Although common in the developing world, there are cases of non-adherence to medical compliance due to lack of affordability in the US, too.

Why is medical compliance important and necessary?

Most modern medication, ranging from old and new generation antibiotics to oncology drugs, are have a mode of action that aims at continuously targeting symptoms. They work by repeatedly targeting the symptom-causing organisms or body condition. For this reason, it is necessary to take continued dosage, which is what is normally prescribed. Medical compliance means taking the full prescribed dosage in the format and quantity the doctor advises. This full dosage ensures the desired effect of the drug or any other medication.

Medical compliance vs. regulatory compliance

Some people can confuse medical compliance with regulatory compliance. The FDA is the US’ regulatory body. It regulates everything from drugs and other medicines to medical devices to food to the payment card industry. Here, compliance means meeting the regulatory requirements set out by the FDA. The same applies to regulatory bodies across the world. There is little in common between medical compliance and regulatory compliance, apart of course, from the fact that both involve a degree of compliance, albeit to entirely different things.

 

Contact Detail

webinars@globalcompliancepanel.com
http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com

Phone: 800-447-9407
Fax: 302-288-6884

1000 N West Street | Suite 1200 | Wilmington | DE | USA | 19801

 

Compliance Webinars

Looking for compliance webinars?

Compliance webinars educate participants about compliance. This education is needed because many companies work on products that need compliance as set out by regulatory bodies such as the FDA. When looking for compliance webinars, try to keep these points in mind:

Why are they needed?

Most compliance webinars are for experienced professionals. They are generally offered by continuing education providers (CPE), who have a panel of experts on their rolls. Compliance webinars are offered online, and are needed because professionals need to keep updating their knowledge of their field.

What to look for?

The most important things to look for when trying to enroll for compliance webinars are these:

Relevance of topic: This should be the most important aspect to consider when deciding to participate in a compliance webinar, because compliance is a very intricate and complex area. It is virtually a sea in terms of size of information. Make sure that the compliance webinar has a topic that is specific to what you are looking for.

Panel of experts: The experts should be well-versed in their field. When you find an expert, make a search on the Net about him or her. Then take a call on whether you are convinced about the expert’s ability to satisfy your specific need.

Other aspects: Although they seem trivial in relation to the above two; a couple of other factors could be taken into account while deciding on your choice of a compliance webinar. You could look for the ease of payment options on the site. You could also consider the service aspect, such as the way the staff of the company that offers compliance webinars conduct themselves over the phone, the ease or willingness with which they sort matters out and so on.

 

Contact Detail

webinars@globalcompliancepanel.com
http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com

Phone: 800-447-9407
Fax: 302-288-6884

1000 N West Street | Suite 1200 | Wilmington | DE | USA | 19801