HSCA Applauds House Committee on Energy and Commerce for Commitment to Supporting Quality and Protecting Patients from Counterfeit Medical Products
Washington, DC (March 11, 2020) – Healthcare Supply Chain Association (HSCA) President and CEO Khatereh Calleja today released the following statement in conjunction with the House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s open mark-up session on the Safeguarding Therapeutics Act and twelve other bills:
“HSCA and its member group purchasing organizations (GPOs) applaud Representatives Engel, Guthrie, and all members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce for helping to protect the healthcare supply chain by working to advance the Safeguarding Therapeutics Act. As the United States continues to address the spread of the coronavirus, strengthening the healthcare supply chain is more important than ever before. The Safeguarding Therapeutics Act enhances the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authority to destroy counterfeit drugs and medical devices at American ports of entry, preventing such products from entering the supply chain and helping to ensure a safe and reliable supply of products.
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