Safety:

Proactively manage risks to ensure patient safety

Safety:

30+ Years at the Forefront of Pharmacovigilance

Patient safety has always been a critical concern for sponsors. Today, the remit of Safety has expanded, making it a critical component in core processes for Life Sciences companies. Hence, drug safety departments are increasingly focusing on core activities, to contribute their insights throughout the product lifecycle to ensure better risk management and effective market interventions.

In addition, sponsors are under pressure to achieve greater efficiency in the face of growing regulatory and compliance expectations. This had made it crucial for Life Sciences organizations to leverage technology to automate processes, use data to drive insights and hence, improve efficiencies while supporting the safety profile of their drugs.

Leverage our Insights to Drive Outcomes to Ensure Compliance and Safety

Navitas Life Sciences has been at the forefront of new developments in Pharmacovigilance for more than 30 years. Our Consulting Team has defined and implemented PV processes, governance practices and even organizations in more than 300 Life Sciences companies.

Many of the top 100 biopharma companies are members of pvnet or pvconnect, our Safety Networks. They benefit from round-the-year insights on operational performance, compliance and the latest trends highlighted during our forums, and frequent interactions with our experts.

This wealth of experience and PV knowledge combined with our Technology capabilities is utilized across all our PV services and solutions.

Our Safety Services and Solutions:

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