With the change to having three types of formulary dossiers in the new AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions, the numbering of the sections within each dossier changes to include an A, B, or C at the end of each section number (eg, 1.0A, 3.0B, 4.0C). The section headings stay essentially the same for the Approved Product Dossier, and the Unapproved Product and Unapproved Use Dossiers make use of the same section headings when appropriate. For example, all three types of dossiers have a Section 3 […]
If you’re wondering how the new dossier format affects your company’s or your client’s formulary dossiers, you have a few options to get up to speed:
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✓ Read the format for yourself: https://www.amcp.org/Resource-Center/format-formulary-submissions/AMCP-Format-for-Formulary-Submissions-4.1
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January 12 is National Pharmacist Day. Thank you to all of the pharmacists in our lives, including the many we work with at Med Communication, for the knowledge, skills, compassion, and expertise you bring to your jobs every day.
One big change in the new AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions is an addition of two different types of dossiers and new terminology to describe them. The “traditional” dossier that is currently used for FDA-approved products is called an Approved Product Dossier in version 4.1, and the two new types are Unapproved Product Dossiers and Unapproved Use Dossiers. Manufacturers can now provide health care decision-makers with information on products before they are released through the Unapproved Product Dossier, and they can provide information on new […]
Are you an RN looking to expand your clinical expertise beyond traditional settings? Med Communications is the place for you! We are currently looking for an Inquiry Medical Information Specialist to join our team! Local candidates in Memphis, TN highly preferred.
For more information and to apply: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/217510
Whether you like to set new year’s resolutions, choose one word as your theme, or do nothing at all to celebrate the new year, we wish you a Happy New Year!
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you meet your 2020 goals for your medical information, medical affairs, or pharmacovigilance team!
The entire team at Med Communications would like to wish our clients, prospects, and friends a restful and joyful holiday with friends and family.
Med Communications is seeking US-based medical writers with promotional review experience as well as experience in Oncology and Renal Therapeutic areas. Come join our team!
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In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday is typically the fourth Thursday of November and celebrated as a time to gather with friends and family to show appreciation for all we have in life, from food to family.
All of us at Med Communications would like to thank our awesome clients and partners for being an essential part of our work lives!
Earlier this month, as part of National Veterans Small Business Week, Med Communications was recognized by Google as a highly rated veteran-owned business. Google will indicate the company’s veteran-owned status in its search results and on Google maps. The company received a plaque commemorating the occasion.
Allen Scoggin, founder, President, and CEO of Med Communications, served as a Pharmacy Officer in the US Air Force BioMedical Science Corps from 1967 to 1970.