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#WeCare Delivering Next-Level Healthcare

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How supply chain innovation will enable next-generation healthcare

Our healthcare systems are changing. The pursuit of greater access, better outcomes, and more choice is creating unprecedented shifts in where, when and how health services are delivered.

Our new report, Delivering Next Level Healthcare, takes an in-depth look at the big technological, social and economic trends that are driving this transition, and at the supply chain and logistics innovations required to support new approaches to healthcare provision. 

A Prescription for Change

New, patient-centric value chains need to accommodate choice, convenience and transparency, supplying to a broad range of end user destinations.

Advanced biopharma therapies need responsive, tailored two-way supply chains between patient and manufacturing facility.


Data-driven decision making & visibility from diagnosis to delivery.

New players, new partnerships and next generation supply chain collaboration.

Pollution prevention and the war on waste: the next generation of sustainable solutions for healthcare supply chains.

How can the healthcare sector deliver agility and availability at global scale?  

Deep-Dive Webinar

Don’t miss our engaging session with three visionary leaders who shared their experiences and viewpoints:
  • Steen Mørch, Head of Commercial Supply Chain, Novo Nordisk
  • Steve Song, Head of Consumer Supply Chain, Sanofi
  • Rob Varner, VP Americas Distribution & Logistics, Medtronic


Vital Signs: Symptoms of a Healthcare Sector in Transition


of sponsors use technology to enable a decentralized model in at least one of their clinical trials

320 Million

wearable health monitoring devices sold in 2022

300 million tons

of plastic waste generated by the healthcare sector every year

More than 2,400

new biopharma products are currently undergoing clinical trials

Logistics at the Speed of Life

Learn how today's healthcare supply chains adapt to the needs of tomorrow's therapies