Supply Chain Management
Emerging Markets practice
Deloitte understands the particular constraints that are placed on the pharmaceutical and health product supply chains of developing countries. The lack of reliable data and mechanisms to properly forecast demand contributes to stock outs and expired inventory, while parallel systems and workforce capacity often inhibit efficient supply chain execution.
Through Deloitte’s extensive healthcare, supply chain, and emerging markets capabilities, we offer an insightful and innovative approach, tailoring our methods, tools, and leading practices to the specific needs and context of each country we support. We apply our end-to-end knowledge and skills in supply chain planning, sourcing and procurement, warehousing and distribution, and secure supply chain management (e.g., theft, fraudulent orders, counterfeit commodities) to develop and implement holistic and sustainable solutions that strengthen health systems across the entire private/public supply chain.
|Supply chain management capability assessment of HIV/AIDS service providers in Uganda
Deloitte assisted the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in Uganda to assess supply chain management capacities of indigenous organizations.
|Medicinal procurement capacity building in Mozambique
Deloitte is supporting the Ministry of Health’s Planning Department in Mozambique to strengthen supply chain management capacity at the central level.
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