Health Supply Chain Management and Logistics Management Information System
Strong supply chains save lives. Panax experts have extensive experience of implementing programs related to health commodities security, supply chain management, and logistics management information system. Panax experts have years of experience building sustainable supply chain systems.
Panax has the relevant experience of partnering with government to get the right amount of medicines, vaccines, and other health products and supplies to the people who need them, when they need them, no matter where they live.
Experience of working through trusted relationships with public sector, we have experience of helping public sector scale up and manage their own sustainable supply chains. This includes; establishing logistics management units; building pre-service training programs; and training staff at all levels to build capacity at every step of the supply chain, from procurement, warehousing, and distribution networks to covering the last mile to reach health clinics and patients.
We have the experience of adapting commercial-sector best practices and new technologies to strengthen public health supply chains, including; supply chain analysis including network, cost, and performance; supply chain design and implementation; information system development; deployment, and support; data analysis use; quantification; capacity building; private sector service provider engagement; supply chain policy and strategy; financing and resource mobilization. Panax has the capacity to provide to our customers an end-to-end view about the supply chain, to minimize waste and increase efficiency.
Panax has the experience of implementing a supply chain resilient to tackle health threats and embrace emerging trends to improve the health of millions. We are proud of our experience in helping partners save and improve millions of lives by helping to; improve maternal and child health; increase access to contraceptives; increase routine immunization rates; eliminate TB, polio, HIV, and other infectious diseases.