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6th BSMA Annual Executive Summit to Address the Supply Chain Challenges and Solutions of Biopharma
Date:8/30/2013

, projected to reach $14 Billion in 2014, is fragmented with more than 500 companies, where 98% of them could benefit from the best practices of supply chain management. Molecular diagnostic tools have a vast base of end-users, which includes hospital-based laboratories, reference laboratories, and others (physicians’ labs, research laboratories, other healthcare clinics, and government agencies. The research will highlight the opportunities to achieve low product cost, high quality, compliance with governmental regulations, speed to market and customer service.
Mike Crowell, Sr. Director, Supply Chain Management, Verinata Health (Illumina)
Alan Wells, Vice President, Diagnostics Lab Operations, Life Technologies

PANEL: “Molecular Diagnostics Testing: Opportunities for SCM Efficiency!”
As scientists discover how to glean useful information from the human genome through sequencing and make that information clinically meaningful, this market will continue to grow rapidly from startup through to commercialization. These constituent would probably relish the opportunity to share the SCM tools and strategies used in this area. As you may know, the needs of a molecular diagnostic companies’ supply chains are just as critical to its success as it is to a larger pharma/biopharma commercial organization, but in many respects the strategies that are emerging are different from big pharma, or biopharma’ s needs (think a service delivery model supply chain vs. that of a drug manufacturer or distributor).
Moderator: Alan Wells, Vice President, Diagnostics Lab Operations, Life Technologies
Panelists: Glen McHenry, Sr., Manager, Supply Chain Group, Monogram Biosciences
Susan Jiang, Supply Chaing Supervisor, VErinata Health, Inc., (an Illumina company)
Karel Hurka, Jr., Sr. Manager Supply Chaing, Genomic Health
Others: TBA

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