LogiMed US 2017 (past event)

March 07-March 09, 2017

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Sandra LeClerc

Director Global Supply Chain
Boston Scientific


09:45 Panel Discussion | Accessing Emerging Markets While Remaining Compliant

The BRIC markets are not what they were three years ago. As wages rise and regulations become more complicated in places like China, where are the next opportunities as far as labor and materials? What are the best strategies to go direct in new or emerging markets?
Panelists will discuss:
• How to handle emerging markets where there are different import and shelf life rules
• How companies are structuring the regulatory organization to support a global footprint
• Contingencies that can be put in place if regulations continue to shift
• Effective oversight models for the region

12:25 Interactive Roundtable Discussions

#1 Achieving World-Class Safety in End-to-End Global Operations
Rich Parkyn, Director, US Operations, Ossur Americas

#2 Planning for New Product Introductions to Meet Commercial Demand
Sandra LeClerc, Director, Global Supply Chain, Boston Scientific

#3 3PL Collaboration and Selection in the Dynamic Healthcare Supply Chain: Planning for Capacity Ahead of Need

Fred Crans, Supply Chain Healthcare Consultant, Sedlak

#4 Sourcing Medical Device Components and Products in Asia

Ames Gross, President, Pacific Bridge Medical

#5 The Final Mile, Improving Efficiency Through New Standards
Ruben Taborda, Vice President, Enterprise Hospital Customers,

#6 M&A Readiness, Ensuring Your Supply Chain Organization is Ready to Support M&A
Daniel Johnson, Account Manager, Fortna

#7 Onboarding a Reverse Logistics Strategy to Reduce Costs and Improve Service