Month: June 2017

ACUTA

ACUTA Expands to Philadelphia Area

Barely two months after moving its headquarters to a larger office in Marlborough, Massachusetts, ACUTA has opened its second US office on July 26, 2017, in Bensalem Pennsylvania. Founder and CEO Shylendra Kumar expressed his excitement on the occasion of opening the new office: The growth of ACUTA continues, and this new office will allow …

ARIM Registrations, EMA, IDMP, XEVMPD

XEVMPD: Unpacking its impact on IDMP

Note: This article is not a commitment to features or capabilities of ACUTA products or services. When ACUTA added the Registration module to to ARIM version 3.0 in 2017, our expectation was that IDMP (Identification of Medicinal Products, the ISO standards being implemented first in Europe) was imminent. Because of that, we expected it would …

ARIM Registrations, EMA, IDMP, SPOR

IDMPrimer #3: Building Blocks

So far in the first two primer posts I’ve described some over-arching concepts about the data that goes into IDMP, how it’s used, and where it comes from. Let’s start piecing things together and understand what an IDMP message would look like. I promise not to use XML for now – the HL7 Structured Product Language …

ARIM Publisher, eCTD, EMA, Regulatory Update

Regulatory Update: EMA eCTD Specifications 3.0.2 – Best Practices Limitation Corrected (even better practices!)

On April 6, 2017, EMA issued a new version of the eCTD specifications, version 3.0.2, 11 months after version 3.0.1. If you look at the EMA Website’s EU Module 1 page, it appears that nothing has happened: The same EU Regional DTD (the structure of the eCTD), and the same Implementation Guide are listed as …

eCTD, eCTD 4, EMA

eCTD 4 in Europe: Multiple Countries, Multiple Processes

For the first time in two years, EMA (there are enough acronyms here that it got distracting defining them all – see the table at the bottom) has updated their Implementation Guide for eCTD version 4, which is based on the HL7 RPS standard, and has been advanced through ICH Step 4, meaning that it’s OK …