|Wednesday, June 13, 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm|
|Presented by: Karen Conway, Director, Industry Relations, GHX|
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Implantable device manufacturers deliver advanced medical technology to patients every day, while the processes and technology from the point of manufacture to the point of use remain relatively archaic, costing the industry more than $5 billion in waste annually. Nearly half of those costs are borne by manufacturers, primarily in the form of low inventory turns and lost and expired product; the rest by their customers. In other words, it is a shared industry problem that demands a collaborative solution, especially given the increasing demands on both suppliers and providers to improve quality while lowering costs.
Learn how some of the world’s leading manufacturers are partnering with their customers to re-engineer the implantable device supply chain. By jointly automating shared business processes, manufacturers and healthcare delivery systems can improve efficiencies, lower costs and gain access to more accurate and timely data to support critical functions such as demand planning, inventory management and regulatory compliance.