Protocol pooling is a methodology to identify clinical supply materials further out in the supply chain. An example is Point of Distribution (POD) where it increases efficiency and applies precise
control of product inventory and supply. This webinar will explore the benefits, challenges and methodologies for using POD and Protocol Pooling philosophies.
Depending on the type of project, it is possible to use bright stock that can be utilized across multiple protocols by identifying the supplies at the distribution or depot point. POD clinical labeling may also lend itself as a benefit for working on Investigator Initiated Trials (IITs) to increase efficiency. Clinical labeling design plays a very important part in successful POD projects as well as Protocol Pooling scenarios. Various clinical labeling configurations will also be described.
Take away points will include definitions, benefits and quality challenges of POD labeling. Points of discussion will include the use of IRT (Interactive Response Technology), planning and pooling of supplies.
Key Learning Objectives:
1. Understand what POD and Pooling of supplies entails and how it is used in today’s clinical supplies arena
2. Understand why and when POD labeling is useful
3. Understand quality challenges for POD
4. Identify different label configuration options for Protocol Pooling
Joseph G. Iacobucci, Vice President, Clinical Supplies, Xcelience
Joseph Iacobucci is Vice President, Clinical Supplies at Xcelience and is responsible for clinical packaging operations, clinical distribution and logistics, project coordination, as well as return drug accountability and destruction in the U.S. and the U.K. Joe has been involved with clinical supplies for over thirty years. Before joining Xcelience in November 2013, he was Vice President of Sales at Clinical Systems, Inc. for 23 years and previously managed the clinical supplies operations area at Rorer Central Research. Joe received his B.S. from Rutgers College of Pharmacy, a MBA in Marketing from Temple University and is a Licensed/Registered Pharmacist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals involved in clinical supply chain, including the following areas:
- Packaging and Labeling
- Distribution and Logistics
- Project Coordination
- Clinical Trial Materials
- Sourcing and Procurement
- Drug Product Supply & Outsourcing Services
- Supply Operations
Xcelience offers a suite of services enabling clients to partner with a single CDMO for all their clinical outsourcing needs. Services include preformulation, analytical services, formulation development, GMP manufacturing, small-scale commercial manufacturing, and clinical supplies packaging and logistics. Xcelience takes pride in delivering the highest standards in science and service with an emphasis on quality, cost and speed.