In the European Union, the use of E2B(R3), along with IDMP, is in legislation, so not complying by the deadline could have legal repercussions. Non-compliance with the FDA and MHLW’s requirements could also bring unwanted scrutiny. More importantly, if an organization does not comply by the deadlines, they will not be able to send ICSRs automatically to regulatory agencies. Nonetheless, if an organization’s safety and pharmacovigilance system does not have the ability to submit data in the new E2B(R3) format, they can still transmit the information via web-based solutions, such as EMA’s WebTrader.
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Navigating regulatory guidelines and requirements is a challenge that all life sciences organizations must confront in order to protect the safety of patients, as well as to shield themselves from the dire consequences that can be imposed by global regulatory bodies.
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