Drug Regulations Quality Assurance

The term quality assurance (QA), which is used in both the manufacturing and service sectors of the economy, refers to the methodical measures taken to ensure that the products delivered to customers meet their contractual and other agreed-upon expectations for performance, design, reliability, and maintainability. The main goal of quality assurance is to avoid errors and flaws in the design, development, and production of both manufactured goods like shoes and cars as well as supplied services like auto repair and athletic shoe manufacturing. Different jurisdictions have different laws governing therapeutic products, which are pharmaceuticals and therapeutic devices. They are governed at the national level by a single agency in some nations, such the United States. In certain states, they are governed at the state level.

 

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