Pharmaceutical Executive Conference: Increasing Competitiveness through Continuous Improvement and C (Pharmaceutical Execu)

Venue: Center City Philadelphia

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 24, 2002 End Date/Time: Jan 24, 2002
Registration Date: Jan 23, 2002
Early Registration Date: Jan 20, 2002
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This conference is designed specifically for senior management and manufacturing executives in the pharmaceutical industry and will:

Challenge leading edge practices in physical new product development (NPD) and commercial manufacture and Supply (M&S), across the entire value chain.
Describe how the deployment of IT tools across NPD and M&S will achieve world class operational performance levels, and realize quantifiable value benefits.
Convey expert opinion on current status of 21 CFR11, Electronic Submissions, including timelines, impacts, trends, challenges and opportunities for the future.
Showcase state-of-the-art pharmaceutical solutions in NPD, M&S, IT, and Collaborative Replenishment.
Provide a forum for networking with peers and senior executives across the Pharmaceutical Industry.

LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA, USA

8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:20 Introduction: Challenging the Accepted Boundaries of Drug Development, Manufacture and Supply: a New Perspective
Mark Wheeler, Vice President and General Manager Pharmaceutical Industry, Aspen Technology, Inc.
9:30 Trends in the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Drive for Excellence in Drug Development and Manufacture
Greg Spayd, Pharmaceutical Marketing Director, Aspen Technology Inc.
10:15 Supply Chain Planning and Execution: Seamless Integration of the Manufacturing Applications Framework
Francesc Catalan, Information Technology Director, Alcon Labs
11:15 21 CFR 11 Compliance Trends and Observations
Carlos Morgado, Senior Manager IS Client Services, KMI, a division of PAREXEL International, LLC
12:00 Lunch and Technology Showcase
1:30 The Future with the FDA: Electronic Submissions
David Kessler – Yale School of Medicine
Click here for David Kessler's bio
2:30 End-to-end Integration in Pharmaceutical Value Chains – the Key to Operational Excellence
Michael J. Mead, Principal Consultant, PriceWaterhouseCoopers
3:15 Manufacturing Optimization to Achieve Operational Excellence
Ruben Gil, Pharmaceutical Solution Director, Aspen Technology, Inc. Europe
4:00 Closing Remarks - Refreshments and Solution Demonstrations
Mark Wheeler, Vice President and General Manager Pharmaceutical Industry, Aspen Technology, Inc.
4:15 Technology Showcase Continues Through 5:30

HANDS-ON TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE: State-of-the-art solutions available for your inspection - talk to the experts and see these pharmaceutical solutions in action:

Batch Process Development – See a demonstration of a recipe-oriented batch process modeling environment that spans the pharmaceutical process development value chain from candidate drug selection through manufacturing, enabling companies to bring new products to market at greater speed and reduced cost. Accelerate your development cycle through improved process design scale-up and technology transfer.

MES for Compliant Manufacturing and Reporting – Manufacturing execution and reporting in a unified system that embeds your procedures, ensuring compliance during production, batch release, and storage of electronic records. See a platform that enforces GMP regulations, minimizes errors and improves efficiency throughout manufacturing, while reducing the cost of regulatory compliance.

Batch Production Scheduling - Integrate manufacturing floor scheduling with production to maximize manufacturing cycle efficiency. React quickly to job status discrepancies and changes while increasing agility and schedule accuracy for improved customer response.

Batch Historian for Compliance, Data Analysis and Reporting - A solution that enables FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance while also enhancing your ability to analyze manufacturing performance. These tools will help you improve product consistency on a global scale while increasing manufacturing cycle efficiency.

Collaborative Replenishment, Vendor Managed Inventory and Demand Management - Synchronize your value chain with demand and improve customer service. Achieve a reduction in overall stock levels and stock expirations through a better understanding of customer demand and improved inventory management.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: David Kessler, M.D.

David Kessler, M.D. - Having served as one of the most active, resourceful and visible commissioners in recent history of the Food and Drug Administration, he is now the dean of the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Kessler has in-depth experience in research, clinical medicine, education, administration, and in the legal issues impacting medical matters, and has authored numerous articles for The New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and other renowned medical journals.

In addition, Dr. Kessler serves on the board of various organizations including the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Doctors of the World, National Center for Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. He is a member of the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars. His many honors have included the American Cancer Society’s Medal of Honor, the American Heart Association’s National Public Affairs Special Recognition Award and others. He is also the author of the book, A Question of Intent (2001).

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