QRM Tools

Quality risk management (QRM) is a systematic process that assesses risk to the quality of a drug product. Our coverage in this area is specific to thetools and techniques, such as CAPA and HACCP, used to help pursue a quality strategy.


AI’s influence on pharma quality

How intelligence-driven solutions can refine pharma’s quality operations

Optimizing supplier quality management

Adopting a risk-based model for inspections will flag suppliers who aren’t up to par

Getting drug quality right the first time

CAPA remains an integral element of cost-effective quality management in pharma

Supporting continued process verification

CPV is required for regulatory compliance but can also provide process improvements

Data-driven quality control for vaccine production

With the use of self-service analytics, process engineers have full control over COVID-19 vaccine production and quality

Taking quality assurance to new heights

More companies are implementing MES to improve quality at every step – and get products to patients faster

Quality of the future

What every quality leader should look for in a digital platform for pharma manufacturing

The self-investigating CAPA of the future

New AI applications make it possible to automate much of the corrective action/preventive action process

The sterile injectables quality challenge

How new techniques and more versatile equipment can improve syringe inspection

Putting customized inspection equipment to the test

Inside Piramal Critical Care’s search for equipment that could meet the unique needs of its anesthetics products

Redefining quality with analytical monitoring

How advances in biopharmaceutical characterization technologies are improving drug quality

The Future of Quality Control

Digital and automation technologies have created opportunities for change in pharma QC laboratories

Atrium Innovations Modernizes Quality Management

Atrium improves audits and complaints, change control, and product release processes with immediate access to information and operational visibility