Supporting Governments to Digitally Transform Supply Chains: Moving from Theory to Practice
Flexible, efficient, and adaptable health commodity supply chain systems are necessary to provide essential services to citizens—a truism made all the more apparent over the last 18 months as we continue to reel from the ongoing impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Digital transformation is providing opportunities for governments, citizens, and suppliers to coordinate and manage supply chains in entirely new ways.
Abt Global will convene experts from the global health and digital systems communities to discuss how governments can develop a vision for a digitally transformed supply chain, and what might be needed to leverage digital technology to increase equitable access to high quality health commodities in low- and middle-income countries.
Join us and the panelists below for what is sure to be a lively and compelling conversation!
Tom Brown – Senior Supply Chain Expert
Chipopa Kazuma – Acting Director General, Zambia Medicines and Medical Supplies Agency
Daren Trudeau – Director of Global Health, MACRO-EYES
Kelly Hamblin – Program Officer, Global Delivery Program, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Stewart Stremel – Founder, Lightwell, LLC
Tyler Smith – Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder, Cooper / Smith
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