Category Archives: Warning Letters

Speaking of Communications – OPDP on the Move

Over the past few years, regulatory action letters from FDA’s Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP), while once plentiful, has been something of a rare occurrence. In response to questions on the matter, FDA was often vague. This week however, … Continue reading

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OPDP Enforcement Letters at Record Low

The Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP), once known as the Division for Drug Marketing, Advertisting and Communications (DDMAC) monitors company communications about medical products and when it deems those communications have gone outside regulatory parameters, the office issues a … Continue reading

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OPDP Sends First Letter of 2017

To put it mildly, enforcement by the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP) has been lagging. Warning and Untitled letters from this office numbered in the triple digits twenty years ago. In the past three years, it did not break … Continue reading

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DTC and OPDP

It is a different era of enforcement. So far the first quarter of 2017 has not yielded a single regulatory action letter from the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP). That said, in December of 2016 OPDP put out more … Continue reading

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Look Back at OPDP Enforcement in 2016 – Focus on Pre Approval Communications

It was another year of low-level enforcement by the FDA Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP). In fact, if you added the number of letters issued over the past three years it would be one less than the number of … Continue reading

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