Pharmacovigilance Agreements (PVAs) are agreements between two companies based on their Commercial Agreements that require an exchange of safety information between the two companies. PVAs are not stand alone agreements but dependent on the relationships established between two companies regarding at least one medicinal and/or developmental product. The existence of strong PVAs is necessary to support the safety of the product and patient safety globally. PVAs may also be referred to as Safety Data Exchange Agreements by some pharmaceutical companies.
Pharmacovigilance & Patient Safety
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