The Cardinal Health 3PL Sevices Channel Management Forum, an exclusive meeting for our valued clients, offers two days of industry insights, networking and best-practice sharing to help you navigate the complex healthcare landscape. This year’s keynote speakers promise an insider’s look at what’s ahead in healthcare, and advice on how to mentally prepare yourself for those challenges today and in the future.
In the next 20 years, large-scale disruption in healthcare and life sciences will reshape the industry. What capabilities will be essential for success? What will the healthcare supply chain look like in 2040? Neal Batra, principal in Deloitte’s Life Sciences and Health Care practice, will share his predictions for the health care ecosystem in 2040.
Batra is the coauthor of Deloitte’s provocative Future of Health point-of-view and has more than 15 years of experience advising health care organizations across the ecosystem on critical strategic challenges, including leading businesses in biotech, medtech, health insurance and retail health care.
How do you manage the uncertainty of the future and ensure you’re positioned to take advantage of what’s ahead? Our second keynote speaker for this year’s Channel Management Forum will teach you that having the right mentality is key to facing these challenges.
Featured on ESPN, Sports Illustrated and FoxSports, Trevor Moawad is a mental conditioning coach who works with elite athletes, renowned coaches and top-level CEOs to help them achieve mental clarity and optimal performance.
In 2017, Trevor was named the “World’s Best Brain Trainer” by Sports Illustrated. Moawad’s mission is clear - to motivate the motivated. Moawad is well-known for his work with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and has worked closely with prestigious NCAA Football programs and coaches, including Nick Saban, Kirby Smart and Jimbo Fisher.
Join us for the 2020 Channel Management Forum, taking place on April 20-21 at the Omni Nashville.
Don't miss your opportunity to attend! Registration closes Friday, March 13.