7 Feb 2023

Panel: Make America Pharma Again — Is Domestic Production here To Stay In a Post-Pandemic World?

In this webinar is originally broadcast as part of CPHI North America, with speakers Robert Bloder, Chief Business Officer, Ascendia Pharma, Chris Senanayake, CEO & CSO, TCG GreenChem, Inc. and John Pennett, Partner-in-Charge of the National Technology and Life Sciences Group, EisnerAmper. The thread line: The pandemic demonstrated the need for critical life sciences products to be manufactured domestically given supply chain disruptions and reactionary policies from historic suppliers like China and India. At the same time, billions poured into the industry as the US led the race towards developing a vaccine for Covid-19. Two years later, the groundwork has been largely established in terms of increased manufacturing capacity and general industry consensus that domestic production reduces risk, impacting both pharma and biopharma companies as well as CMOs and CDMOs who operate on American soil. But as Covid-generated issues like supply chain delays are gradually elevated, is domestic production here to stay? If so, how will manufacturers keep prices competitive? The panel will dive into current domestic R&D and production capacity, particularly of APIs, and how this influences the CMO sector.

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    Understanding and channeling ourselves to think about the intersection of sustainability, quality, and supply chain integrity within pharmaceuticals. This relationship has become significant as we enter the post pandemic era in which the pharmaceutical industry strives to not only secure its supply chain and material quality, but in parallel ensure that its sustainable to protect around shortages. This presentation discusses opportunities on how the three sectors align and how through best practices in one area the other two are improved.
  • Webinar Keynote: Julien Tremblin, General Manager Europe, Terracycle

    Julien Tremblin, European GM of TerraCycle, an innovator in sustainability solutions, shares how companies large and small can drive change, in and out of the pharmaceutical industry and how retailers, brands and consumers are reacting, pushing and adopting as they transition from linear to circular solutions.
  • Webinar ESG Risks in Pharma and Biotech – How to Manage your Exposure

    Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies are exposed to more than their fair share of ESG risks, that, if not addressed properly, can have significant financial and reputational impacts in the long run. To measure a company’s level of exposure with industry-specific material ESG risks and how well a company is managing them, Sustainalytics’ multi-dimensional ESG methodology assesses at least eight different Material ESG Issues (MEIs). Among them, Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Rating includes Product Governance, Access to Basic Services and Carbon – Own Operations. But what other concepts and indicators should corporate pharmaceutical and biotech professionals consider in their ESG strategies?
    Understanding your company’s total ESG risk exposure relies on accurate, independent information, such as reporting, policies and programs to evaluate and improve corporate sustainability. Learn more about how the world’s leading companies leverage Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Ratings to identify and understand the financially material ESG issues (MEIs) that can affect an organization’s long-term performance.
  • Webinar Advanced Digital Customer Segmentation – Elevating Customer Understanding leveraging AI

    For the past few years, the traditional one-size-fits-all go-to-market strategy, predominantly based on customer interactions through physical channels, has failed to support drug launches and meet business objectives. Inadequate or incomplete understanding of customer needs has been identified as one of the top-3 root causes. To optimise patient outcome, biopharma companies need to target and engage effectively with key stakeholders, differentiating the interaction based on distinct behaviours and preferences.

    In this short webinar, we outline why our advanced digital segmentation approach leveraging AI is the right solution for these challenges and also discuss why it was the right moment for Merck to partner with Deloitte to leapfrog towards data-driven HCP segments. In addition, we talk through what impact can be generated by engaging the right customers, through the right channel with the right frequency and how companies can get started immediately to make the right steps in this direction.

    Alessandro de Luca, Group CIO, Head of Information Technology, Merck Group Thomas Bernhardt, Director Life Sciences and Healthcare North and South Europe, Monitor Deloitte Federico Careddu, Manager Life Sciences and Healthcare, Monitor Deloitte Switzerland

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  • Webinar Revealing the Marketed and Pipeline Drug Trends –What are the Outsourcing Opportunities?

    A presentation that discusses novel drug approval trends and how outsourcing propensity is affected by different factors. This session was broadcast as part of the CPHI North America show.
  • Webinar More Women in the Room

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    R&D is the lifeblood of Pharma, and the past year has really showcased the tireless work of pharma companies, start-ups and research institutions who have developed treatments, diagnostics and vaccines against COVID-19. Even in pre-pandemic times, the spiraling costs of drug development (estimated at an average ofUSD 2.6 billion*) mean that pharma companies have always had to think strategically about their R&D activities –staying competitive by reducing risk, managing costs and increasing time to market to justify their significant investments. As treatments become ever more complex, how is the R&D model evolving? Should Pharma companies shift from internal R&D to relying more heavily on CROs and other partners to increase the probability of success? What new tools and technologies can the market call upon to reduce risk? This webinar will discuss the evolution of R&D models, the outsourcing landscape, how to de-risk your development and maximise ROI. Discussion Points: Internal R&D Vs Outsourcing Vs M&A Evolving Outsourcing Landscape in Pharma R&D Strategic advantages to outsourcing your R&D needs (Pros & Cons) What factors to consider when selecting an outsourcing partner How much innovation do we see coming from start-ups? How has COVID-19 drug development diverted R&D budgets from other therapeutic areas? The R&D landscape –how can the model be more sustainable? Digital approaches to increasing drug development success WATCH NOW
  • Webinar CPHI Webinar Series Driving Digital Transformation in Pharma

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  • Webinar CPHI Webinar 2021 Series in partnership with Pharmapack Traceability: challenges and opportunities for Direct-to-Patient delivery

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    He also shone a light over the disruption that the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought over trials and the industry’s rapid response to the crisis in terms of developing both vaccines and therapeutics against the virus.

    “We have around three and a half thousand clinical trials initiated or planned against COVID-19 since the start of the year, with around 700 pipeline drugs and not to mention some of the repurposed efforts that have been run by academic groups, too,” he told the webinar.

    Sarah Rickwood, Vice President European Thought Leadership, IQVIA presented nine key issues that are going to drive change in 2021 and beyond, a blend of some directly accelerated by the current pandemic and others that were issues already in existence prior to the pandemic, “but are really going to see their full impact on changing the shape of pharma and health care in 2021 and beyond regardless.”

    She told the audience that the industry is actually dealing with three crises rather than one, and that the first half of the 2020s is likely to be flavoured by the pandemic and its consequences.

    “We have the infection crisis, which we hope will be addressed by the vaccines which have come through with such an amazing effort from the pharmaceutical industry,” she said, adding that the challenge is that the infection crisis has triggered two other crises which will stretch through 2021 and beyond.

    “The first is a crisis of healthcare systems, the non-COVID treatments of patients in healthcare systems have been delayed, changed and negatively impacted by the fact that healthcare systems have had to pivot to COVID treatment and addressing those patient backlogs which vary by country and by therapy area, is going to take a long period.”

    She also pointed to the beginning of the economic crisis, with really worrying drops in GDP in Q2: “The full impact of mass employment has yet to be realized and that will mean health care system budgets will be constrained. So at best I can say is that we’re not living in a post-pandemic environment in 2021, we're living in a vaccine plus environment.”

    And rounding off the webinar, Saman Kay, Solutions Consultant for Regulatory Intelligence at Clarivate Analytics, took a look at the future of drug manufacturing technology and assessed the opportunities and challenges of adopting continous manufacturing processes in place of traditional batch manufacturing.
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