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Is Your Web Domain in Order for Responding to Unsolicited Requests?

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The process of prescribing, dispensing and using [[wysiwyg_imageupload:111:]]
medications leaves little room for medical errors when the health of the consumer is at stake.

The same holds true in making sure there is no room for error in “dispensing” prescription drug and medical device information on your web sites. The new FDA guidelines present the opportunity to ensure your customers can and will find readily accessible and accurate off-label information across your company and branded web properties. With the new FDA guidance for responding to unsolicited requests for off-label information, it may be time for a cross-domain audit of your web properties – an audit to simply ensure such off-label information is current and meeting FDA requirements.

Per the FDA recommendations, a firm’s contact and disclosure information, a public response should include a mechanism for providing readily accessible current FDA-required labelling, if any, for the product (e.g., FDA-approved package insert and, if the response is for a consumer, FDA-approved patient labelling or, for new animal drugs, FDA-approved client information sheet. Read full post »

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