- Starts: 27 March 2019
- Ends: 27 March 2019
The clinical supply chain is a physical network of manufacturing facilities, couriers, and depots through which clinical trial materials are produced and distributed. This network is driven by interconnected digital systems that store and transmit data to power, monitor, and track the ordering, movement, and administration of clinical supplies.
In this workshop, we will examine how the harmonization of these systems can result in a simplified and optimized clinical supply chain. We will follow the life cycle of the physical clinical supply chain from bulk manufacture to destruction, demonstrating the effective use of integrated digital systems for site, drug and patient management.
Three of our key clinical supply experts, Jacqueline Masker, Cheryl Kole, and Andy Ritchey, will be delivering presentations on the following subjects:
- Building the Clinical Supply Chain.
- Powering the Clinical Supply Chain.
- The Harmonized Clinical Supply Chain.