Regulatory compliance entails conforming to the laws and rules that govern a company’s operations. This entails adhering to existing laws issued by a governing body and guidelines established by a regulatory agency. Most nations distinguish between the two, with pharmaceutical law and pharmaceutical regulations.
Create efficient and effective compliance processes.
According to the World Health Organisation, 124 nations can produce pharmaceuticals. However, regardless of where a medication is made, each pharmaceutical must adhere to severe international rules to ensure its efficacy and safety.
Some of the international regulatory agencies and organisations that play an important role in all aspects of pharmaceutical regulation include the World Health Organisation (WHO), Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), and World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).