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by Marloes Dijkema-Boyd, PFSCM Digital Media Specialist at PFSCM based in the Netherlands. Data and analytics in global health play a critical role in increasing efficiencies and improving sustainability while mitigating risk. Through the use of data, organizations can make better decisions, reduce costs and improve product quality and patient care for better health outcomes. […]

by Marloes Dijkema-Boyd, PFSCM Digital Media Specialist at PFSCM based in the Netherlands. Global health supply chains are fast-changing and highly interconnected. As they change, so do the needs of patients, service providers, and other stakeholders. Keeping up with the changing environment can prove challenging, but real-time data visibility and digitization can go a long […]

Health supply chains play an integral role in improving access to critical HIV and other health commodities. Improving the efficiency of these supply chains is an important action in the fight to end HIV and AIDS.   Despite HIV being reported as one of the major global health issues, availability and accessibility of HIV services and […]

By Manusika Rai, PFSCM Product Quality Assurance Manager based in the Netherlands. What is the probability of risks occurring in the supply chain? How can we detect these supply chains risks? What are the consequences of these risks? These are just some of the questions that supply chain professionals have to ask themselves to ensure […]

Localization as a means of supply chain compression has been an industry trend for some years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the importance of shortening supply chains to improve resilience while reducing risks, costs, and waste. In health supply chain management, localization strategies such as prequalification, pooled procurement, and private sector engagement through models […]

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