LogiMed 2019

16 - 17 October, 2019

Amsterdam

44 (0) 207 368 9766

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Day 1 - 16th October

8:00 am - 8:45 am Registration and Welcome Coffee

8:45 am - 8:50 am Welcome Remarks - Ben Sharples, LogiMed Director

8:50 am - 9:00 am Chairperson’s Opening Address

Ernstpeter Stueven - Director Global Supply Chain VI BIOTRONIK
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Ernstpeter Stueven

Director Global Supply Chain VI
BIOTRONIK

Demystifying Digital

9:00 am - 9:20 am OPENING KEYNOTE: How to initiate and drive a realistic and practical Supply Chain digitalisation transformation

·         What does digital supply chain mean?
·         Digital technology trends including big data, cloud, AI, IoT, blockchain: What are they and how can they solve current challenges within medical device companies?
·         How to develop the right capabilities in order to initiate and drive a realistic and practical transformation

9:20 am - 10:10 am CUSTOMER CASE INTERACTIVE: Aarhus University Hospital have transformed our internal operations with the use of RFID and Wireless IoT – How can MedTech suppliers align their supply chains to build our truly “smart hospital”?

Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen - Executive Consultant & Chief Innovation Officer Aarhus University Hospital
·         How available innovation is changing hospitals’ operations:  Building a concept of “smart hospitals”
·         What are the requirements for data driven hospitals?
·         Automation as a driver for efficiency: How RFID technology streamlines the internal and external flow and processes
·         How will connected supply chain operations change customer-supplier relationships and medical supply chains?
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Lars Ganzhorn Knudsen

Executive Consultant & Chief Innovation Officer
Aarhus University Hospital

10:10 am - 10:30 am CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: How to deploy blockchain technology to increase customer values and reduce regulatory risks

Christophe Suizdak - lobal Supply Chain Strategy & Digital Transformation Leader GE Healthcare
·         What are the main areas of blockchain application and where is the real advantage coming from?
·         How to use blockchain to optimise internal document transactions and reduce regulatory risks
What is the impact on customers and where does the added value come from?
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Christophe Suizdak

lobal Supply Chain Strategy & Digital Transformation Leader
GE Healthcare

10:30 am - 11:10 am Morning networking break

Transforming Traditional Supply Chains

11:10 am - 11:30 am CASE STUDY: Shaping Connected Healthcare: What is the impact of connected healthcare on innovation and new business models within the medical device industry and what should you be doing now in order to prepare for the fundamental change?

·         How are medical devices companies facing key market trends such as digitalization, globalization and an always-informed patient?
·         How are medical devices companies Shaping Connected Healthcare through their market approach, channel management, patient centricity, organization and supply chain structures in order to sustain a leadership position in the market?
·         Strategic insights, tangible examples and relevant best practices.

11:30 am - 12:10 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: The strategic impact of logistic control towers to enable the supply chain

Manuel Formis - VP, Head of Global Logistics Philips Healthcare
·         What skills and resources you need to put in place to build the control tower organization
·         Aligning systems and tools across the entire supply chain
·         Use of Advanced Shipping Notices
·         Achieved results: Increased visibility and control over your inventory and transport operations
·         What are the extra benefits you can achieve from the implementation of these technologies?
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Manuel Formis

VP, Head of Global Logistics
Philips Healthcare

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm CASE STUDY: How to evolve your supply chain models and operations processes in order to drive customer centricity in a digital age

Jimmy Khoo - Europe & EMA Supply Chain Vice President Becton Dickinson
·         How to embrace modern practices and ways of thinking: ensuring full global integration and a holistic business approach
·         How to achieve harmonisation between organisations, departments and regions
·         What are the key focus areas to on to increase efficiency and drive value generation?
·         How to implement available digital technology in order to meet the customers requirements
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Jimmy Khoo

Europe & EMA Supply Chain Vice President
Becton Dickinson

12:40 pm - 1:10 pm FIRESIDE CHAT: Lessons learned on how to structure a market-leading logistics network that ticks all the boxes: customer-centric, agile, and cost-optimised

1:10 pm - 2:25 pm Networking lunch

1:10 pm - 2:25 pm SYNERGY WORKSHOP: How to gain improved supply chain benefits by maximising the efficiency of the order to cash (OTC) cycle through document automation, with a multi-country, multi-language, customer service integration project

Eric Bertorello - BRM Digital and EDI, EMEA IT Commercial, EMEA PMO Portfolio Manager, Global IT, Zimmer Biomet
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Eric Bertorello

BRM Digital and EDI, EMEA IT Commercial, EMEA PMO Portfolio Manager, Global IT,
Zimmer Biomet

Moderator: Clemens Heller, Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects, HARTMANN

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

2:25 pm - 3:05 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE : Tender and epidemic demand management: From forecast to final delivery, how to better manage uncertainty and improve service whilst controlling production and logistics costs
Eric Thomas - Director Supply & Demand BioMérieux
·         How to simplify the fragmented systems within complex organisational structures that cause a higher granularity of process
·         How to identify and align the right demand data with sales forecasts in order to improve product availability and increase production agility
·         What are the new business processes and tools you should be developing in order to manage the system?
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Eric Thomas

Director Supply & Demand
BioMérieux

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

3:05 pm - 3:25 pm CASE STUDY: How to transform your supply planning process in order to increase the forecasting accuracy and ensure the overall optimization of your supply chain
Brian Rammekjaer - Supply Chain Director DGS Diagnostics A/S
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Brian Rammekjaer

Supply Chain Director
DGS Diagnostics A/S

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: How to take an end-to-end approach to inventory management with your customers to build trust and improve service
Colin Yates - Customer Logistics Director Stryker
·         How to take your inventory management strategy beyond the organisation in order to increase service level
·         What are the requirements of the systems and what tools should you be using?
·         How to develop trust and collaboration
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Colin Yates

Customer Logistics Director
Stryker

Moderator:  Mathijs Luts, Supply Chain Director – EMEA & India, Abbott

STREAM B – Redesigning Distribution Networks

2:25 pm - 3:05 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: How to structure your logistics and distribution networks in order to better respond to different customer segment groups
Mathijs Luts - Director Supply Chain EMEA & India Abbott
·         Should customer centric supply chains set up manufacturing and logistics closer to their key customers or rely on LSP coverage?
·         How do your customers see your supply chain in the medium to long term?
·         How to set up a new effective distribution network
·         Keeping the balance between time, cost and benefits
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Mathijs Luts

Director Supply Chain EMEA & India
Abbott


STREAM B – Redesigning Distribution Networks

3:05 pm - 3:25 pm CASE STUDY: How to implement RFID based unique item level identification and traceability solution in Medical Technology industry: Benefits, challenges and myths
Sten Neumann - Director of Business Development,Sales of Intelligent Packaging business Stora Enso Group
·         Where are the sweetspots for medical technology companies for implementing RFID solutions?
·         Where are the benefits coming from?
·         What are the typical challenges in the implementations?
·         Debunking the RFID myths
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Sten Neumann

Director of Business Development,Sales of Intelligent Packaging business
Stora Enso Group


STREAM B – Redesigning Distribution Networks

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm CUSTOMER CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: What are the main challenges to work with MedTech suppliers? – How can both parties work better?

Karl Van den Bosch - Logistics Director UZ Brussel
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Karl Van den Bosch

Logistics Director
UZ Brussel


4:05 pm - 4:35 pm Afternoon networking break

Moderator: Clemens Heller, Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects, HARTMANN

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

4:35 pm - 4:55 pm CUSTOMER CASE STUDY: Scan4Safety implementation and analytics: How inventory identification system can provide data for better stock management and waste reductions
Robert Drag - Former Scan4Safety Programme Manager Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
·         How to establish processes and systems to track the consumption of sold products
·         Obtaining an agreement with customers for data sharing
·         How to use AI, advanced planning and other innovative tools to make data-driven decisions
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Robert Drag

Former Scan4Safety Programme Manager
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

4:35 pm - 4:55 pm CASE STUDY: How to use casual factors to create automatic forecasts and increase the accuracy of your demand planning
Clemens Heller - Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects Hartmann
·         What are the key success factors to manage the medtech bid process effectively?
·         How does forecasting impact your tender process
Tools you should be using to improve planning process and mitigate potential risks
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Clemens Heller

Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects
Hartmann

STREAM A – Mastering Inventory Management, Planning and Forecasting

5:15 pm - 5:55 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: 360 view of field inventory management: How can hospitals and medtech supply chains work together to define and maintain the optimal amount of stock?
Clemens Heller - Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects Hartmann Björn Neal Kirchner - VP Supply Chain Management Hartmann Colin Yates - Customer Logistics Director Stryker Hajo Reißmann - Head of Medical Supply Controlling University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein
·         Finding the balance: How much should a customer own and consign?
·         Hospital philosophy: How and why do healthcare providers choose active or passive material management strategies?
·         What systems and tools should you be using for proactive stock management?
·         What is the best practice to turn the product before its expiry date
How to work with under performing distributors
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Clemens Heller

Manager S&OP Cycle & SCM Projects
Hartmann

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Björn Neal Kirchner

VP Supply Chain Management
Hartmann

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Colin Yates

Customer Logistics Director
Stryker

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Hajo Reißmann

Head of Medical Supply Controlling
University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein

STREAM C – Interactive Working Groups

4:35 pm - 5:35 pm WORKSHOP: Harnessing the power of predictive analytics for better decision making
Big Data provides the Medical Devices industry with greater data accuracy and better insights, leading to more contextual intelligence. Retrieving the right insights from Big Data is not easy and, as we are living in a disruptive and difficult world, it is also difficult to keep up with changing patterns. A practical approach which can be used today, is the analysis of the wealth of data with predictive analytics and learning algorithms. A method which yields better results than current or traditional approaches. It supports Supply Chain leaders to better understand the state of their supply chains, ask the right questions and take effective decisions to grow sales, improve service levels and reduce inventories.

5:55 pm - 6:55 pm Networking Drinks Reception