Healthcare is seen as one of the greatest opportunities for supply chain improvement.
Whether it is a hospital, pharmaceutical manufacturer, drug distributor or retailer, every link in the chain could better manage their inventory or work more closely with suppliers. Transforming the healthcare supply chain can do much more than improve the bottom line. By embracing the challenge of supply-chain leadership, pharmaceutical and medical-device companies can provide safer, more affordable access to products that enhance the lives of patients.
This conference dives deeper into this transformation by exploring healthcare distribution models, presenting case studies on how hospitals seek to maintain patient care while spending less on their supply chain.
In partnership with MMGC, day two will feature various medical devices associations from Latin America who will discuss healthcare structures in these countries. This track will be conducted in Spanish.
Theme: How can healthcare supply chains improve?