Jackie Pomroy, Former Head of Supply Chain and eBusiness at NHS South of England Procurement Services

Jackie Pomroy


Former Head of Supply Chain and eBusiness
NHS South of England Procurement Services

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Conference Day 1

Tuesday, January 28th, 2020


2:20 PM Fostering collaboration across stakeholders to ensure smooth last mile distribution

• Preempt unforeseen last mile hurdles by mapping your distribution to the point of delivery to identify possible weaknesses
• Facilitate effective communication by discussing the needs and priorities of each party to optimise your stakeholder collaboration

Risk Management and Security Focus Day

Thursday, January 30th, 2020


3:55 PM Interactive workshop: Last mile management – how to balance increasing risks as your head towards your destination

Attaining end to end supply chain visibility is no mean feat despite the growth and proliferation of monitoring
technologies and data based supply chain software. You need to map the management of external partners,
logistics providers and equipment suppliers alongside your distribution networks to comprehensively identify gaps
and weaknesses ahead of time.

As supply chains continue to expand globally, ensuring the integrity of your distribution network is more vital than
ever. In this interactive workshop, we will focus on mitiating the risks across the last mile in your temperature
controlled supply chain, looking at the impacts and benefits for manufacturers and patients alike.

Key topics of discussion will include:
• The role of a data-based network in identifying and managing your supply chain in real time
• Inter-country distribution networks and common last mile hurdles
• Where and how Brexit has effected your UK supply strategies for last mile management
• Strategies to ensure internal team and external supplier compliance across from site to patient
• How to manage last mile excursions and interruptions to minimise process delay and patient risk