To meet the needs of patients, healthcare providers have to continually innovate. The same is true for healthcare logistics. Join us for an insightful discussion on how technology and collaborative solutions are moving healthcare logistics forward, and offering hospitals, clinics, and labs a new competitive advantage.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
1:00 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. EDT
The healthcare industry is always seeking new and innovative means of delivery. Hear how a collaboration between UPS and drone manufacturer Matternet has helped vastly reduce transit times for diagnostic samples on a large medical campus. We’ll also share how the city of Louisville, home to the UPS Worldport hub, is becoming a popular site for labs looking to gain a supply chain competitive advantage.
UPS has a variety of solutions to help improve transit time, quality assurance, visibility, and customer satisfaction for your healthcare shipments. We’ll discuss several offerings, including the UPS Pickup Point, UPS Proactive Response®, and UPS Next Day Air® Early A.M.®.
Ask questions of our experts live during the webinar to learn more about how healthcare logistics is changing, and get the answers you need to succeed.
Director, UPS Healthcare Strategy
Mark started at UPS in 2010 and has spent much of his career collaboratively developing industry-leading logistics solutions for healthcare customers. He possesses deep expertise in the areas of specimen logistics and cold-chain transportation.
Director, UPS Global Product Innovation – Healthcare Product Development
Robin has been with UPS for over 30 years. He leads a team dedicated to the development of new UPS healthcare solutions designed to serve the unique logistics needs of the life science sector, supporting the product innovation lifecycle from concept through launch.
Founder and CEO of Matternet
With the founding of Matternet in 2011, Andreas created a company that has become a pioneer in the drone delivery industry—one that is poised to bring tremendous benefit to healthcare organizations worldwide. Andreas holds several U.S. and international patents.
Senior Manager, Louisville Department of Economic Development
Ben has focused on both healthcare and logistics during his time with the Louisville Department of Economic Development. He assists companies looking for a strategic advantage and unique partnership opportunities in the medical, pharmaceutical, and laboratory fields.