Supplying Health to the Whole World
New and improved drugs are released every year to tackle global health needs – and many pharma companies have initiatives to supply those drugs to the developing world. Unfortunately, efforts are wasted without proper supply chain management. Here, we prioritize the top ten challenges.
Natalie Privett |
Medical research and development continues to make progress, turning once impossible goals into achievable possibilities. Yet global health success continues to elude us, resulting in an ever-widening gap between objectives and on-the-ground realities. It’s a gap that cannot be filled by pharmaceutical R&D alone. In many cases, the technology, medicine and treatments exist to improve global health, just not in the right place at the right time. And that’s where effective supply chain management comes in.
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