Pro Te: Solutio - Vol. 3, No. 4 - October 2010


In this issue: FDA Warning And Untitled Letters - Using Historical Reference To Avoid Receiving Them In The Future; Healthcare Reform - Actions That Can Be Implemented Today To Prepare For Changes; Generic Preemption After Levine; Are Your Meta Tags Showing?; and more.

Healthcare reform and burgeoning social media are only two of the challenges faced by today’s pharmaceutical, medical device, and healthcare industry. This issue of Pro Te: Solutio offers suggestions for navigating the changing landscape of federal law and regulations.

The broadest, most discussed change this year is healthcare reform. Though the full impact of health-care reform will not be felt for some time, physicians should begin the transition now, taking advantage of opportunities the law offers while avoiding potential pitfalls. Healthcare Reform:

Physicians Should Act Today to Save Tomorrow shares information about steps physicians and physicians’ practices can take right now in three major areas. You’ve Been Warned: FDA Warning and Untitled Letters outlines what a company can do to avoid the sur-prise of receiving Warning letters and Untitled letters from the FDA — and when such a letter is delivered, how to avoid further actions. Are Your Meta Tags Showing? discusses the ins and outs of using the internet and social media to market FDA-regulated products.

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