Supply Chain

Shining a Light on Supply Chain Visibility

March 19, 2018

Steve Cottrell assesses the risks of lapses in pharma's supply chain visibility and outlines what can be done to minimize them

IEEE Releases Findings from Blockchain Report

October 17, 2017

Pharmaceutical Executive

Going to the Edge

December 12, 2016

Pharmaceutical Executive

How a Manufacturing Excellence program can deliver competitive advantage to a fast-changing global product mix-at lower cost, and with an unexpected workforce dividend to boot.

Steady Hands: AmerisourceBergen's Peyton Howell

August 15, 2016

Pharmaceutical Executive

Pharm Exec sits down with AmerisourceBergen supply chain leader Peyton Howell to discuss the latest trends in pharmaceutical distribution, including company efforts to boost efficiency, reliability, and enhance its groundbreaking partnership with Walgreens Boots Alliance.

Closing the Gaps in Drug Chain of Custody

April 28, 2016

Pharmaceutical Executive

Limitations of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act for pharma-and three strategies to fix them.

Supply Chain Integration or Bust… or Both

February 12, 2016

The recent formation of three mega supply-chain purchasing groups (Walgreen’s-AllianceBoots-AmerisourceBergen-Rite-Aid, McKesson-Celesio, CVS-Cardinal) denotes a shift in the balance of power between wholesalers, chains, generic pharmaceutical companies and branded pharma companies.

Pharma dot-gov: A New Business Model

February 05, 2016

Pharmaceutical Executive

An advocate of business system automation in the global pharma supply chain offers a six-pronged approach to adapting to the realities of a new age of mounting regulation and customer expectations.

CEO Snapshot: Steve Collis, Four Years Forward

December 08, 2015

Pharmaceutical Executive

A Pharm Exec conversation with AmerisourceBergen CEO Steve Collis

The Importance of Risk Intelligence in the Supply Chain

November 16, 2015

Leaders should understand the key themes of risk intelligence in the supply chain, writes Bronwyn Kunhardt.