Transforming Health Care’s Supply Chain: A Five-Step Plan webinar
When

November 09, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/New_York
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Organizer

Buyers Meeting Point - Kelly Barner - Twitter

Host

McKinsey - Ketan Shah

Sponsor

Harvard Business Review, UPS

Attendance Fee
Free

The health care supply chain is complex, fragmented, and incomplete. Its weaknesses put patients at risk, cost billions, and lessen the health care sector's ability to take on the challenges it faces. And supply chains are under increasing scrutiny and pressure, as the entire sector is focused on controlling costs, improving outcomes, and complying with increasing regulation.

The good news, according to McKinsey & Company, is that models exist to strengthen and improve the health care supply chain. Those in health care can learn from other industries, like consumer goods, and can develop specific capabilities that have a dramatic impact on performance—and on the bottom line.

On November 9, in a live, interactive Harvard Business Review webinar, McKinsey & Company's Ketan Shah will share insights from McKinsey's research on the pressures that health care supply chains face, the problems with the current supply chain model, the five critical supply chain capabilities that companies need to develop, and the strategic advantages of superior supply chain performance. Shah will draw from real-world examples, share extensive data, and provide an actionable plan.

For companies in the health care sector that want to create strategic advantages through more efficient, effective, agile supply chains, join McKinsey's Ketan Shah and HBR on November 9.

Why attend this webinar:

1. Hear insights from McKinsey research on the pressures that health care supply chains face

2. Identify the five critical supply chain capabilities that companies need to develop

3. Discover the strategic advantages of superior supply chain performance

More information about the speakers:

McKinsey - Ketan Shah - Partner - Twitter

Ketan Shah is a Partner in the Chicago Office of McKinsey & Company. He has been with McKinsey for over 12 years and leads the Pharmaceutical and Medical Products Supply Chain service line. Shah is also a leader in the Operations and Supply Chain Practice in North America.

He serves pharma and non-pharma clients on supply chain topics such as diagnostics, benchmarking, end-to-end transformations, future state supply chain design, supply chain risk and integrity, warehousing and logistics excellence, network design, inventory reduction, service recovery/improvement, S&OP and other planning topics. He also has hands-on experience leading multi-site operational excellence programs in pharma/biologics companies. He is a co-author of the article "Strengthening Health Care's Supply Chain: A Five-Step Plan" as well as the "Strength in Unity -- The Promise of Global Standards in Healthcare." He has also co-authored a book, Finding Opportunity in Uncertainty - A New Paradigm for Pharmaceutical Supply Chains.

He has also been a guest lecturer on Supply Chain at the Kellogg School of Management. Prior to McKinsey, Shah was the Managing Director of a Chemical Manufacturing Company in India.

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