The Medication Safety Board is dedicated to serving the pharmaceutical industry around the world to ensure medication safety through our design and evaluation processes for packaging and labeling. We provide services that span a product’s lifecycle, from pre-marketing assessments at an early phase of development through post-marketing evaluations and line extensions.
Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), The Medication Safety Board helps companies determine the likelihood that a proposed product, package label, package design, or technology system would be vulnerable to user error.
In order to provide the widest breadth of safety services, we often collaborate with other companies including market research companies and human factors engineering companies. These companies help complement the services we offer by providing another area of expertise beyond safety to the project. We are happy to recommend our colleagues for you to work with directly, or we can coordinate with them as your primary client contact, depending on your needs.
If you are a company that provides services to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry who would like to collaborate with us, please contact us.
The Medication Safety Board evaluates a unique aspect of a product, such as a container label issue, a dosage form, special packaging requirements, or product interface with medication-related technology.
The Medication Safety Board coordinates and facilitates advisory groups in which we gather key thought leaders from all over the world to introduce, discuss and consider solutions for difficult safety concerns.
The Medication Safety Board provides consultative services to companies that specialize in medication-related technology, whether it is a medication use system or specific device, such as an infusion pump, barcoding device, or automated dispensing cabinet.
Medication Safety Board’s parent company, ISMP, designs and presents programs for pharmaceutical industry professionals who want to learn more about medication safety and medication error prevention.