Counterfeit medical devices and pharmaceuticals remain an on-going concern for industry professionals and law enforcement alike. Vigilance and communication remain paramount to achieving patient safety. Join eComp October 17th at the Thomas O’Neill Federal Building as we discuss ways to keep counterfeit medical products from reaching our most vulnerable citizens. Hosted by the Food and Drug Administration and Homeland Security Investigations, this in-depth symposium will share the latest tools, practices and law enforcement efforts to combat counterfeit medical devices and pharmaceuticals.… Click here to read more.
5 ways Document Inspections Can Verify Suspect Counterfeit Parts When we think about ‘counterfeit mitigation’, we often imagine specialized equipment such as a SEM (scanning electron microscope) or X-ray machines. But every counterfeit mitigation job starts with one critical step that helps identify suspect parts: a document inspection. During document inspections, eComp inspects supplied documentation to ensure that all required documents are included. We also examine the documentation for originality and applicability to the delivered material. Some key areas of the inspection include, but are not limited to:… Click here to read more.