McKinsey Execs On Expanding Pharma’s Digital Push, Lessons From Amazon
Two McKinsey & Company executives share their views on pharma’s digital trajectory, including the role of manufacturing ‘lighthouses’ and opportunities to deploy digital and analytical tools across the entire value chain for both innovator and generic firms. They see Amazon’s playbook on leveraging digital technology as holding some interesting lessons for pharma.
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