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The life science industry is applying new innovative technologies in its supply chain to meet patient care demand.
FREMONT, CA: The life science industry has become necessary to have a more advanced supply chain to meet the increasing demand cost-efficiently. It has become urgent for the sector to change its operations due to the patients' evolving requirements and technological advancements.
However, presently the life science and healthcare sector are witnessing a transformation in its operating models and supply chains. The industry is also affected due to cost pressure from regulatory authorities, consumer behavior, government, and digitalization. The companies that are already using Technology and advanced supply chain will be at an advantage in the competition. Here are some of the significant trends in the life science industry, and the developing patient-centric healthcare method will need a more cost-efficient, complicated, and capable supply chain.
1) Advancing Data Analytics (Big Data)
With the help of Data analytics or Big Data, healthcare providers can make better-informed decisions about managing operations. It can be done by connecting the members of healthcare systems and combining the data.
The system will help the healthcare system accurately predict, reduce expenses, and increase efficiency in the logistics and supply chain operations.
2) Internet of Things (IoT)
Internet of Things (IoT) can increase the visibility and connectivity in the supply chain. It will also help life science companies better control the product inventories in the supply chain and decrease waste and loss. Robust links among physical products and data will also help the industry fight its battle against theft and counterfeiting.
3) Healthcare On-Demand
Healthcare on-demand can increase the response to increasing the online and home care channels. It is estimated that the online pharmaceutical market will grow immensely in the future. Due to such augmentation in the market, the delivery channels are also changing by applying new direct-to-consumer delivery models.
4) Robotics and Automation
The utilization of robots and automated vehicles will help them decrease labor necessary for the repetitive tasks like analyzing laboratory samples, picking products in warehouses, and sorting them. Aerial drones can also be utilized to offer faster and cost-effective deliveries in remote locations.
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