Blockchain is a buzzy word that shows up in news reports referring to a variety of topics. But how does it actually work and why might it be relevant for medical product lawyers? Blockchain has shown promise for supply chain management and FDA has investigated it as part of its work on the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). With dozens of different blockchain systems, there are as many challenges as opportunities. In this webinar, experts will explain what blockchain is, how it can be used in the medical product supply chain, and explore the pros and cons for the medical product industry.

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Robert Celeste, Founder, Center for Supply Chain Studies
Elizabeth A. Gallenagh, General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Integrity, Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA)
Scott Mooney, Vice President, Distribution Operations, Supply Chain Assurance, McKesson Corporation
Moderated by Julie A. Dohm, Of Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP

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