November 10, 2020.
In collaboration with the Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare, Dr. Jodi Sherman (Director - Program on Healthcare Environmental Sustainability) moderated a discussion on how the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities in the global healthcare supply chain, and the opportunities for establishing a more robust and resilient supply chain.
Speakers & their topics included:
Rosemary Kumwenda, MD, MPH United Nations Development Program; Sustainable Procurement in Healthcare Coordinator “Lessons from sustainable procurement in the health sector: challenges & opportunities”
Patrick Kenney, MD Associate Professor of Urology, Yale School of Medicine; Medical Director of Corporate Supply Chain, Yale New Haven Health System; Founder and Chair, Supply Chain Physician Collaboration, Large Integrated Delivery Network “Covid-19, physicians & supplies: Inability to supply PPE is not the true supply chain crisis”
Benn Lawson, PhD, MCIPS Associate Professor of Operations Management, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge “Design and management of a resilient supply chain”
Ornella Benedettini, PhD, ING-IND Visiting Research Fellow, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge “The servitization business model: From products to use-oriented services”
Andreas Hagnell SKR (Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions) “Carbon disclosure in Swedish healthcare: How to include the scope 3 emissions”
Adam Robinson, BS Former Chairperson, Association of Medical Devices Reprocessors; Regional Director, HoverTech International “The reprocessing industry and the impact of Covid-19 on the reverse supply chain”