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Quality Management System in Pharmaceuticals

A Quality Management System (QMS) is defined as a system that documents processes, procedures, and responsibilities for achieving quality policies and objectives.

QMS is the core of the quality and compliance process for any organization. It helps in the reduction of audit time and findings, it also helps in product recalls.

A QMS helps coordinate and direct an organization’s activities to meet customer and regulatory requirements and improve its effectiveness and efficiency on a continuous basis. It serves many purposes, including:

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Pharmaceutical organisation can achieve the highest level of confidence in its customer and regulators by following ISO 9000 and ICH Q10 guidelines.

The QMS design should be made by the organization depending upon its varying objectives, needs, and products and services provided. This structure is based largely on the Plan – Do – Check – Act cycle and allows for continuous improvement to both the product and the QMS.

Elements and Requirements of A Quality Management System:

Each element of the QMS helps in achieving organizations requirement and meeting customer’s needs. The elements all systems have in common include:

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