Structured Product Labeling (SPL) is a Health Level Seven (HL7) International standard for regulatory guidance documents as a method for communicating product and facility information. Accepted by the Food and Drug Administration, structured product labeling enhances the cohesiveness and honesty of product information because it requires reliable structure and standardized terminology. SPL documents consist of not only the content of labeling (text, figures, and tables) but also information about the product (drug listing data elements) that is readable by machines.
Since the inception of the FDA SPL pharma regulations in 2005, Reed Tech has been an industry thought leader and a top submitter of SPL files.
View a recording of this webinar teaching you about Structured Product Labeling basics… and beyond. In this webinar, Reed Tech subject-matter expert, Gary Saner, walks the audience through the history of SPL, why FDA adopted SPL, the current FDA SPL requirements and the future landscape of SPL requirements. Gary Saner is also the chair of the SPL Technical Team with over 30 years of experience in software development, process management and data administration with the last 15 years focused on the life sciences industry.
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