LogiMed 2017

October 18-October 19, 2017

Hyperion Hotel, Hamburg

44 (0) 207 368 9766

Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson
Lead regional team by collaborating with premier hospital networks across the United States to improve supply chain, commercial and transactional capabilities. Lead J&J Customer Supply Chain initiatives to value stream map current processes, prioritize and execute key opportunities and cross functional collaboration with commercial and customer to drive value for the health care chain to improve efficiency, and customer experience. Implement Lean/Six Sigma strategies and metrics to drive quality and efficiency in healthcare supply chain along with reducing waste "end to end" across the network and enhance Customer Experience.

08:50 AM Chairperson’s opening address

09:40 AM ALL STAR PANEL: What are the 5 biggest disruptive and enabling technologies in supply chain digitalisation and how will these impact the way you operate by 2025?

  • What does a digital supply chain really mean?

  • Analysis of emerging disruptive technologies and predictions for future use

  • What are the strategic barriers and challenges that digitalisation presents and how can these be overcome?

  • Evaluating the benefits of adopting early digital practices and the implications on your supply chain costs

  • How to master the right mix of digital supply chain capabilities to enable you to innovate, compete and succeed in a fully digital business future

11:00 AM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Improve Supply Chain Efficiency & Collaboration by SKU consolidation and inventory optimization

  • Improving trauma tray efficiency can lead to reducing tray discrepancies, cycle time and operational savings

  • Best practices on optimizing value stream with lean process improvement and kaizen

  • Reducing complexity with tray optimization leads to simplifying people, process, systems to free up valuable resources and space in hospitals

3:15 PM ALL STAR PANEL: What is the optimal level of consignment in order to prevent product expiry and back orders and what distribution models will help achieve this?

  • Order management: How device manufacturers can help their customers beyond the sale

  • What are the latest regulatory developments in product lifecycle management?

  • Impact on distribution: Which models best support optimal order volumes?

  • Planning for reverse logistics: How can you reduce the cost of over-orders?

5:05 PM Chairperson’s closing remarks: