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CAMP. Quality by Design: A Challenge to the Pharma Industry. CAMP Member Companies March 2002. Ageing population urgent need for new medicines & greater use of pharmaceuticals. BUT. Increasing healthcare pressure to reduce use costs (and price) of pharmaceuticals.

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    1. CAMP Quality by Design: A Challenge to the Pharma Industry CAMP Member Companies March 2002

    2. Ageing population urgent need for new medicines & greater use of pharmaceuticals BUT Increasing healthcare pressure to reduce use costs (and price) of pharmaceuticals More informed payers greater need to demonstrate & consumers health and economic value The Changing Healthcare Scene &Impact on the Pharmaceutical Industry

    3. Pressure comes in many forms… • External pressures • diseases • shareholders • special interest groups • governmental agencies • Internal pressures • pipeline • speed to market • cost of goods • consolidation & merger savings • continuity of supply

    4. These pressures have driven innovation …

    5. Cell & Molecular Sciences R Robotics Genetics Combinatorial Chemistry Computer & Inform. Technology Informatics & Databases Supercompression of Drug Discovery Biotechnology

    6. R&D The typical pharmaceutical business model Marketing Manufacturing

    7. V Blenders

    8. Slant Cone Blenders

    9. Granulators

    10. Are manufacturing costs significant? Cost Distribution: Big Pharma (16 Companies) • Total sales > $ 300 Bn • Total costs ~ $ 250 Bn • COS > $ 90 Bn

    11. Where are the Quality and Financial Opportunities? Manufacturing Costs: Big Pharma • $45 Bn in materials • $22.5 Bn in personnel costs • $22.5 Bn in dep and operating 10% 15% 50% 25%

    12. The result of today’s manufacturing processes: • Large inefficient batch equipment • Low utilization 30 - 40 % on average • Capital and labor intensive • High inventories and excessive warehouse space • Elaborate HVAC and mechanical segregation • High transportation costs • High operating costs • Low product yields • Excessive amounts of product non-conformances • Long lead-times due to stage and final product testing

    13. Main points from this: • High tech in R & D • Relatively low tech in Manufacturing • It matters • Big Pharma manufacturing costs are $ 90 Bn • Significantly more than R&D

    14. How can we make a difference? • Technology exists • Near infra-red • Laser induced fluorescence • Continuous processing • On line monitoring and control to improve quality • Minimize troubleshooting and investigation systems • Prevent rather than repair • Financial drivers are strong • 1% yield improvement = $400 million in savings • There are significant barriers • Cultural • Organizational • Historical

    15. Opportunities • Closer links between R&D and Mfg. • Develop and design manufacturing scale processes … before registration • On line measurement and control • Continuous processing • Product plants … not component plants • Small dedicated facilities

    16. R&D The future vision pharmaceutical business model Marketing Manufacturing

    17. Commercial MOLECULE Devices LABORATORY SCALE PROCESS PROCESS DESIGN & ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING SCALE PROCESS Engineering and Operational Excellence PILOT PLANT & CT MATERIAL EQUIPMENT SELECTION AND LAYOUT DESIGN GLOBAL SOPs and VALIDATION PROTOCOLS Process for new products Project Management Registration process Roll out to sites with turnkey package

    18. Today: A challenge • Need a paradigm shift • Barriers are challenging • Environment is ready to improve quality, shorten time to market and reduce costs • Will we take the step???