Rx-360 Audit Programs

Joint Audit Program

As supply chains become more global, complex and increasingly vulnerable to adulteration and counterfeiting, Rx-360 has increased its focus on strong partnerships between pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers to ensure the integrity of supply chains through on-site auditing.

The joint audit program allows members to cosponsor audits in a confidential manner.

Reduce the number of audits they perform by utilizing this joint auditing approach.
By reducing the number of audits of a supplier site, while increasing the effectiveness of audits performed, the Rx-360 Joint Audit approach can potentially reduce over all costs.
All Rx-360 Joint Audits are conducted using standardized guides developed by Rx-360 Members.
Rx-360 utilizes a licensed database (auditsPLUS) that allows for audit tracking to be done in a real time and confidential manner.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Rx-360 Joint Audit Program allows one or more Rx-360 member(s) or nonmember(s) to request an audit of a particular supplier. Rx-360 would internally identify who wishes to sponsor a joint audit. A unique feature about the Joint Audit Program is that sponsors are blinded from one another.
Currently the Rx-360 Joint Auditing Program includes audits of suppliers of APIs, excipients, basic chemicals and raw materials, packaging components and Good Distribution Practices (GDP).
Rx-360 auditing guidelines for APIs, excipients, basic chemicals & raw materials, Good Distribution Practices (GDP), and supply chain security are created and used by only Rx-360.
auditsPLUS is Rx-360's Joint Audit Program Database. auditsPLUS is a secure web-based database application designed to promote efficiency within the Joint Audit Program and serves as a repository for all audits, audit-specific documentation and the necessary legal agreements.
As a supplier the joint audit program can reduce your auditing burden because more than one of your customers may be part of a single audit, as well as the final audit report may be licensed to other customers, again minimizing the number of on site audits at your facility.