CGD Analysis Examines Entrepreneurialism In Pharmacy, Supply Chain Markets In Transitional LMICs

Center for Global Development: Entrepreneurship on the Rise in the Medical Supply Chain in Africa: A Tale of Four Pharmacy Disruptors
In this analysis, Cassandra Nemzoff, research assistant with CGD Europe, Dan Rosen of AfRx Consulting Group, and Kalipso Chalkidou, director of global health policy and senior fellow at CGD, “look at how … entrepreneurialism is being leveraged in the pharmacy and supply chain space. … [W]e chronicle what we describe as the 4M’s — Maisha Meds, MedSource, mPharma, and mTIBA — and the impact we think they could have on the procurement and supply chain landscape in low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) in transition, and perhaps even in high-income country markets also struggling with spiraling drug costs…” (11/7).

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