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The Global Health Care Supply Chain—COVID-19 and the New Landscape

A virtual Executive Briefing
September 1, 2020

The Global Health Care Supply Chain—COVID-19 and the New Landscape


Date: Tuesday, September 1 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET
Emcee: Brad Fluegel, Interim Executive Director, Health Evolution Forum

Host: George Barrett, former Chairman & CEO, Cardinal Health

Discussion Leaders:
Marc Casper, President & CEO, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Mike Kaufmann, CEO, Cardinal Health
Kieran Murphy, President & CEO, GE Healthcare

• Assessment of the availability of medical equipment and supplies in comparison to March and April, 2020
• Examining how the global supply chain evolved and how industries are adapting to build resilience
• The implications of other factors on the global supply chain, including medical system changes, consumer behavior, and geopolitical dynamics

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