Reduce Costly Errors and Omissions in your PRC/MLR reviews
When creating promotional content for Life Sciences, it is crucial to follow brand guidelines and prevent mistakes that could cause further delays throughout the approval process.
A Promotional Review Committee (PRC) or Medical, Legal, and Regulatory (MLR) review is a collaborative process by which life science teams review promotional content for adherence to all applicable standards and regulations.
The content must go through various stages before getting approved and distributed.
Accuracy in this process is critical from compliance perspective because unsubstantiated medical claims or errors in life science publications can put patients at risk and lead to significant fines.
With such a large volume of feedback from multiple teams, PRC/MLR reviews are naturally very time-consuming and tedious, with numerous obstacles.
In order to make this process more efficient, a reliable system is needed to move content forward without consequential errors.
Here is how your team can reduce costly errors and omissions in your PRC/MLR reviews.
1) Reference all Promotional Claims
It is important to reference all promotional claims in a document.
Promotional material in life sciences helps to market a variety of pharmaceuticals with unique use cases and effects.
All claims need to be supported by evidence and facts to ensure credibility and accuracy. False information can damage your reputation and be damaging to a patient's health.
Properly reviewing and including the necessary references to every claim can be a timely task, but it is crucial to avoid mishaps.
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When reviewing content on the platform, Paige AI understands the intent of a claim and suggests potentially relevant references based on past usage.
The suggested reference can be quickly linked to the text.
This saves time since the claim does not have to be searched manually during the review process. It also ensures the reference is valid and accurate, reducing errors.
2) Ensure no unauthorized changes are made
Content under revision is updated and changed regularly. As a result, feedback accumulates, and content changes many times before reaching its final form.
Sometimes, adjustments don't follow guidelines, or changes happen accidentally.
While these changes may go unnoticed while reviewing the document, they can pose problems when distributed.
Rather than have someone review content, you can embrace technology to locate any changes.
Papercurve’s compare versions tool instantly detects any differences between two documents.
It makes it easy to spot unauthorized changes or quickly view the edits made between versions.
All changes made are shown in red or green, allowing reviewers to ensure that there are no mistakes.
For life science organizations, MLR/PRC reviews are a crucial part of ensuring compliance. Adopting the right software is a great way to complete an efficient, error-free review.
Discover how Papercurve can reduce errors in your promotional reviews and shorten approval times by 60%.