S. Michael Imperiale Jr

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S. Michael Imperiale Jr M.D. is a former Vice President of Clinical Research Operations at Talon Therapeutics, Inc. At present, he is a Director at ScripsAmerica, a company that markets and distributes pharmaceuticals. He is also a former Senior Director of Global Medical Affairs at BioMarin, a pharmaceutical company in California. In that position, he had global responsibility for Life Cycle Management of four marketed products.

S. Michael Imperiale Jr M.D. - The Standards of the FDA

In the United States, the FDA must approve pharmaceutical drugs in order to be sold legally, and it must meet the agency's regulatory standards. Also, before it is approved, each type of medication is reviewed by the FDA for safety and effectiveness. Later on in the process it is tracked once they are on the market. There are occasionally some unexpected complications with some medications that will surface from time to time. Typically, the FDA carefully coordinates with the manufacturer to issue a recall in order to minimize any negative impact the product might have for the public.

It has been estimated that there are up to three billion prescriptions written in the United States every single year. The FDA is an agency within Health and Human Services that is responsible for reviewing, approving, and regulating medical products. Millions of Americans depend upon prescription drugs to help them control their health conditions. The FDA plays a critical role in the process of a new medication going from the laboratory to the marketplace.

S. Michael Imperiale Jr M.D. is a graduate of The Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. He received his medical degree in 1987. As a student at Hahnemann, he received numerous honors and graduated with an academic distinction in Medicine. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Villanova University, which he earned in 1982. He is currently an active member of the Villanova University San Francisco Bay Area Alumni Association.

S. Michael Imperiale Jr M.D. - Get Quick FDA Approvals

In 1992, the FDA created significant programs, under the Prescription Drug User Fee Act, for the purpose of meeting the treatment needs of those with serious or unmet medical needs. If you are at a Pharmaceutical company and you want to expedite approvals for pharmaceutical drugs, you can get your products approved quickly by the FDA through fast track and the 510(k) premarket processes. These types of FDA approval programs give doctors and patients faster access to promising new drugs or medical devices.


The FDA urges that it does their due diligence in making sure that reducing the time it takes to get new products approved does not have a negative impact on consumer safety. It will also not compromise the health of those in need and less fortunate. Keep in mind that the Food and Drug Administration must first approve all drugs that are sold in the United States. The approval can be a very long process that sometimes takes up to twelve years. The process will extend from the time a new drug is first developed in the lab, goes through all of the required testing, is approved, and finally reaches the consumer. This process can be very difficult for patients who are diagnosed with serious diseases and medical conditions, and are eager to try new treatments


S. Michael Imperiale Jr M.D. is a board member at ScripsAmerica, a marketer of generic and branded pharmaceuticals. It is important to him that those that are in dire and critical situations have access to the right drug for their ailment, health, and safety.

Getting FDA Approval

Pharmaceutical companies must take responsibility for testing their drugs, which is why protections like the FDA exist. People in the United States are lucky to have access to the safest and most advanced pharmaceutical system anywhere in the world, and that this is just one of the many benefits of living in this country. The agency makes sure that both brand-name and generic medications work the way they are supposed to, and that their health benefits are greater than any possible risks. A team of CDER physicians, chemists, and other scientists review the company's data and proposed labeling. Before any pharmaceuticals can be sold in the United States, they must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration.


If their independent and unbiased review verifies that the drug does what the company says and that its health benefits outweigh any known risks, then the drug is approved for sale. These tests go through a series of standard tests that measure how the drug works in laboratory tests, animal tests, and finally human tests. Once that testing is complete, the drug company sends the results of their testing to the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, or CDER. Though this process may seem surreptitious or even wasteful, it is a necessary part of the system that prevents the consumer from simply making guesses about the safety of ingesting these man-made substances. The FDA serves the people, assuring the health of the masses and population collectively.


S. Michael Imperiale Jr., M.D. sits on the Board at ScripsAmerica, a provider of marketing, sales and distribution of generic and branded medicines.

Working With Regulators: How to Keep Your Ship Afloat

If you have a company that is subject to federal or state regulations (more so than other companies) such as a pharmaceutical company or transportation company, you will have more contact with investigators and inspectors than the vast majority of other companies. Because of this, you will likely need a department within the company that works directly with these inspectors and other agents of the state so that you are in full compliance with the law. Getting caught cutting corners and skipping federal and state regulation is much more costly than taking the initiative to ensure compliance. In some cases, the fines and other sanctions imposed on businesses for infractions are less costly than the damage done to the company’s reputation.

Ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations should be a high priority for any company, especially those with many regulations, such as those that produce prescription and over-the-counter drugs or food products. Regulators ensure that the public is safe consuming your product. It’s your job to ensure that your product is safe for people to consume and to keep your company out of the tabloids. Many companies devote entire departments to maintaining good standing within the public eye.

S. Michael Imperiale Jr. MD works for ScripsAmerica, Inc., a pharmaceutical supply chain management company. Imperiale, as a member of the Audit Committee, works with regulators to ensure that the products reach the people that need them throughout the United States. Imperiale lives and works near San Anselmo, California with his family.

WholeSale RX - Generic Pharma Products for Less

WholeSale RX is a pharmaceutical company specializing in providing excellent products for low prices. WholeSale RX keeps its prices low by offering bulk deals on many of its products. Its main client base is retailers and drug stores selling over-the-counter medications. WholeSale offers generic pharmaceutical products at up to 40% off their normal cost. WholeSale tries to provide its clients with ways to pass on savings to the customer. With the costs of healthcare rising rapidly in the United States, and with millions still without health care, the cost of medication can be crippling. WholeSale RX tries to make its drugs a little more affordable for everyone so that they can get the medication they need.


WholeSale RX only works with top-notch manufacturers and suppliers, guaranteeing that their products are safe for human consumption and that they work the way they are supposed to. By only trusting companies that consistently deliver top-quality products, WholeSale RX can pass savings to its clients, who pass it along to everyday consumers. This control of the supply chain ensures that all partners of WholeSale RX can get the products they need without ever worrying about efficacy or safety concerns. When all parties in this arrangement work together, the consumers win out. That’s what WholeSale RX is all about.


S. Michael Imperiale Jr., MD works with WholeSale RX as a director for ScripsAmerica, a partner of WholeSale. Imperiale is a part of the audit committee for ScripsAmerica, helping the company stay in compliance with all federal laws regarding finances.

How to Become a Doctor

Being a doctor is a common dream for children today. Saving someone’s life is an awesome feeling, and working as a medical doctor is an excellent way to give back to society and help people who need it most. Earning the prestige and humbling responsibility of being a doctor takes many years. Many who attempt to become doctors fail at some point in this rigorous process. A small percentage of people who start on the educational career path to becoming a doctor actually make it. Here’s how to get started:


  • When looking at colleges, find a school with a respected pre-med program. These programs teach students the basics of being a doctor, and feature classes in anatomy, physiology, and more.
  • If you earn good grades in pre-med, you will have the opportunity to apply for medical school. Classes in medical school are ultra-competitive, and many flunk out. Usually, medical school lasts two to three years, depending on which kind of medicine you want to focus on.
  • Once you’re out of school, you have to try your hand in the real world. To gain real-world experience, most recent medical school graduates do a residency in a hospital anywhere in the United States. Depending on the medical discipline you choose, you can expect to spend a year or two at a hospital learning how to be a great doctor.


Michael Imperiale Jr., MD has many years of experience in the realm of medicine. He used his medical degree to work in the biopharmaceutical industry for the distributor ScripsAmerica, among other companies.

PIMD International - Pharmaceutical Innovations and Medical Devices


PIMD International is a wholesale distributor of health products for healthcare providers of all kinds throughout the United States. Its mission is to be the top supplier for health care establishments and medical clinics in the US. It primarily markets to executives of health care establishments of all kinds. PIMD has products that fit in clinics, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices throughout America and tries to package its products in ways that health care professionals can use to help people throughout the United States. PIMD’s products are all manufactured and distributed to add to medical businesses quickly and easily. PIMD knows how difficult it can be to run any health care center, and getting the right supplies is the key to ensuring that all of your patients are well cared for.

PIMD International offers three basic kinds of products: devices, medications, and supplies. Some of its devices are proprietary, only available through PIMD, others are more commonplace, but all of these devices represent the very best in medical equipment in quality and innovation. PIMD offers health care professionals the kind of options that allow them to help as many people as possible with the proper equipment.

S. Michael Imperiale Jr., MD works for ScripsAmerica, a close partner of PIMD International. His job involves managing the auditing department and ensuring that the company’s financial systems are in full federal compliance. Imperiale has been working in the biopharmaceutical industry for many years with many different companies. He lives in San Anselmo, California.