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The global healthcare sector has come under immense pressure in the midst of COVID-19, yet the complex challenges involved in supply chains, hospital management, and pharmaceuticals are little understood. This webinar gathered names from across these sectors to discuss the challenges at hand.
Topics on the table will include:
• Overcoming supply disruption in time of high demand
With generics often coming from markets like China, how are pharmas adapting their supply chains?
• Tackling shortage issues at pharmacies and hospitals
What are the main mechanisms to ensure sufficient equipment and medicines at hospitals and pharmacies?
• Mitigation efforts with local authorities
The US government is working closely with top pharmaceutical companies to mitigate impacts. What else is happening around the world?
• Predictions for future treatments.
According to the President of Farmaindustria, in just few months there will be a treatment for COVID-19. What other treatments are on the horizon?
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Alberto Martínez is President and CEO at Mundipharma in Europe, with a +15 year´s trajectory in the pharmaceutical industry. Having started his career as a Sales Representative with Janssen in Spain, he joined Mundipharma in 2003, where he has held numerous leaderships positions both at country and regional level. Alberto´s expertise is to lead business transformations, which he has done in every role he has held, ultimately driving an in depth corporate turnaround of the Mundipharma network through strategic prioritisation and diversification. His leadership across the various organisations has consistently resulted into positive financial results combined with Great Place to Work awards, showing that organisations can thrive through transformations while securing sustainable growth. His passion is in building and working with high performing teams in a learning environment, putting people and a common purpose at the centre of everything he does. He holds a PhD from Granada University and an Executive MBA from IE Business School, Spain.
Maria Pia Orihuela Suárez is General Manager at Roche Ecuador.
Marco Ruggiero was born in Gorizia, Italy, on August 26, 1977. He obtained his university degree in Economics and Business Administration at the state University of Parma in 2000, specialization in International Marketing. He got an MBA at SDA Bocconi in 2012. His career started in 2001, when he joined Nestlé Group, in Finance & Controlling area. He has been enjoying this job for seven years, with increasing responsibilities and in different business units. In 2008 he decided to look for new opportunities joining Chiesi Group and the pharmaceutical industry for the first time ever. He started this new adventure in Parma, where Chiesi Headquarters is located, as Corporate Controller of northern European affiliates. In this period, he had the chance to work on merger & acquisition projects including the incorporation and start-up of new affiliates in Belgium, Scandinavia, and Switzerland, and joint ventures in China. In 2012 he was appointed as Head of Planning & Control at IMDD, International Markets Development Division, the Business Unit of Chiesi Group in charge of all the countries around the world where there is no direct presence: more than 50 in total across four continents. At the end of 2017 he moved, together with his family, to Mexico, where he currently holds the position of General Manager of Chiesi Mexico.
Han Le is The Business Year's Managing Director for the Latam region. During his career in TBY, he has been based in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. Before joining TBY, he worked in various media outlets in the Middle East and North Africa region.