The Coronavirus pandemic has tested supply chains to their limits over the past few months. And with annual winter pressures and a second wave speeding through the country, we need to make sure we’ve learned everything we can from 2020, in order to avoid patients carrying the consequences of a broken supply chain.
The disruption caused by Covid-19 has highlighted supply chain weaknesses, which now gives you an opportunity to address and solve some of the underlying challenges. This is your chance to put your organisation in a stronger position to not just manage the current crisis, but also to protect supply and ensure resilience for the future.
During this webinar, we were joined by Akeso’s Beth Loudon and Scott Healy who brought a wealth of supply chain management and strategic expertise to a lively discussion on what lessons we can all learn from the pandemic and how we can avoid shortcomings from this pandemic in the future. Specific topics discussed, include:
- What actions and measures you can take now to build visibility, protect supply and ensure resilience in your supply chain.
- How to gather data that will help you understand if your supply chain is capable of meeting your future procurement needs.
- And how to develop robust contracts and supplier management strategies that improve certainty of long-term supplies of critical products and services.
This is not just a one-sided conversation. We leave you with practical ideas and advice that you can take back and implement in your Trust. You get a chance to hear our experts answer questions from the audience about the specific issues currently faced in the industry.
So, if you are in a leadership position in a Trust or Hospital, this webinar will provide some clear-sighted analysis that will help you see through the uncertainty caused by Covid-19, and build long-term resilience for the future.
Register below to watch now, we look forward to hearing your feedback.