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GS1 Singapore Healthcare Forum Webinar 2022: Empowering Healthcare Supply Chain using Standards and Digitisation
Top executives at healthcare facilities are looking at ways to restructure their supply chain management in order to be more cost-effective and operationally efficient. A significant step on the right path to boosting that efficiency is through the adoption of technology . As hospitals and healthcare systems gradually adapt to life after the pandemic, they seek utilising technologies more than ever, while continuing to enhance patient care and outcomes. By automating and standardising their supply chain procedures with the use of technology, hospitals may, according to research by Navigant Consulting, save an average of 17.7%, or $11 million per hospital, annually. Having a digital supply chain can also help improve the efficiency of the various operations of the healthcare industry.

In this forum, we will discuss the various aspects of a healthcare supply chain and explain the importance of adopting technologies and standards to make healthcare supply chains more efficient and resilient .

Why attend?
• Learn how to build a digital healthcare supply chain through the adoption of global standards
• Leverage on emerging technologies to advance your healthcare business and enhance your supply chain efficiency.
• Stay up to date with the latest trends on the healthcare landscape

Who should attend?
This is a webinar not to be missed for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, wholesalers, regulators, healthcare providers and/or supply chain practitioners in the healthcare industry.

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https://bit.ly/GS1SGHCF2022

02:25:00

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Speakers

Christopher Ang
CEO @GS1 Singapore
Christopher Ang is currently the CEO of GS1 Singapore and former Centre Director of the Singapore Manufacturing Federation Centre for Corporate Learning. He used to head the SSG-accredited ATO (Approved Training Organisation) / CET Centre (Continuing Education & Training Centre) in areas of productivity & HRD consultancy, sales & marketing, training delivery & operations, curriculum development and career services since 2013. Christopher brings with him 30 years of cross-functional leadership roles and experience. He was actively involved in proposing industry digitalization programs to various industries including the healthcare providers like government/ hospitals and private clinics. He was also the Management Representative and Senior Quality Head of an ISO 13485-certified medical device manufacturer for several years, leading quality and compliance audits with reference to the FDA Quality System Regulation. Christopher holds a Master’s in Technology Management.
Shekhar Nambi
Director @Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain
As a Director for Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain, Shekhar Nambi leads Digital Identification & Traceability platforms in the Asia Pacific region. He focuses his efforts on delivering digital product information and evolving technologies (Digital Link, eLabeling) and is also responsible for serialization and traceability and unique device identification deployments. Shekhar’s 24 years of experience span multiple industries including healthcare, media and entertainment and telecommunications. He has a degree in computer science and engineering.
Richard Tan
Senior Business Development Manager @Esker Document Automation Asia Pte Ltd
Richard has over 25 years of I.T. experiences and is a recognized growth catalyst in growing license and services revenue for process digitalization software business He has consistently delivered robust business turnaround, restructuring the cost and implementing productivity framework on software license assets for a Fortune 100 organization in the region. Furthermore, his performance delivery stretched beyond in leading ERP/SAP consulting & implementation, and managing a global and regional Shared Services operations for one of the largest pharmaceutical organization globally.
Pankaj Lunia
APAC Market Development Leader @Avery Dennison Smartrac
Pankaj Lunia is digital transformation expert focusing on Supply Chain visibility and fulfillment related areas. He carries about 17 years experience in transportation and logistics industry. He has over 25 years of experience in IT Industry and is currently responsible for APAC Market Development at Avery Dennison Smartrac, based in Singapore.
Michelle Tan
Head of Business @eZTracker, Zuellig Pharma
Michelle Tan is responsible for driving the strategy, growth, and development of eZTracker, Zuellig Pharma’s blockchain-based digital solution, across Asia Pacific. She is a firm believer in harnessing the incredible force of innovation and technology to transform lives and to make safe healthcare more accessible to all. With a background in management consulting, Michelle has over 10 years of experience helping clients in the healthcare industry define, adopt, and implement the right solution for their business. In her role at Zuellig Pharma, Michelle plays a leading role in building and deploying eZTracker with a proven track record of success. Together with her team, Michelle has launched the first multi-cloud blockchain solution in the pharmaceutical industry. Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Social Science with Honours in Economics from the National University of Singapore. She is also an alumna from the London School of Economics and Political Science, with a Master’s degree
Andy Siow
Senior Manager, Technical Services and Standards @GS1 Singapore
Andy Siow brings with him many years of experience in areas of GS1 Global Standards, Automatic Identification & Data Capture (AIDC) Technologies, Traceability Systems and Technical Solutions. As the industry lead for the Healthcare sector for GS1 Singapore, he works closely with the local health authorities, healthcare providers, pharmaceutical & medical device manufacturers/distributors and logistic & solution providers in advocating the adoption of GS1 Global Standards in the healthcare sector for the benefits of improving patient safety and enhancing supply chain efficiency.