Just like the large pharmaceutical market, the global Medical Device industry is vulnerable to gray market threats. While the pandemic highlighted the fragility of supply chains initially, widespread counterfeiting of everything from test kits and personal protective equipment (PPE) to medical devices continues today.
The availability of medical products in online marketplaces has only made it easier. And, when it comes to counterfeiting and diversion, even low-cost products and supplies put patient safety at risk. Organizations must act now to address these critical issues.
Access this webinar for an important guide to:
- Adding the visibility necessary to track and trace devices as they move through the supply chain
- Introducing authentication capabilities to ensure genuine products have been received and put into patient and practitioner use
- And more...
Vice President, Strategic Accounts
Dave DeJean is responsible for Systech’s strategic business opportunities. He supports and educates customers and stakeholders on best practices for implementing enterprise serialization, traceability and authentication solutions. Dave has more than 35 years of market knowledge and hands-on experience in supply chain traceability with a focus on anti-counterfeiting, anti-diversion, and brand protection. In addition, he is a subject matter expert in packaging execution systems, product identification, and supply chain transparency for pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Director, Market Development
Steve Tallant delivers strategic marketing content while supporting market identification and development at Systech. He has been published repeatedly, including thought leadership industry journal articles, white papers, and blogs. Steve has also been a media spokesperson for Systech solutions, handling radio and television segments on brand protection and traceability and several print interviews. He also has worked in the Systech product management team, gaining a rich grasp of the company’s cutting-edge software technologies. Steve holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. He is also a frequent guest lecturer and panelist for the Information Technology department of the Villanova School of Business.