Demand without supply: What Canada needs to do to create a resilient health sector

On top of the immediate health concerns posed by COVID-19, the pandemic is also upending global manufacturing processes and disrupting Canada’s health sector supply chain. Experts predict that it will be months, or even years, until supply chain processes are back to normal. What can Canada learn from this experience? How will governments, the public and private sector, work to rebuild and establish greater supply chain resilience to support our health care sector?

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Featured participants

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    Anna Gainey

    Executive Chair, Canada 2020

  • Dr. Anne Snowdon

    Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Academic Chair of the World Health Innovation Network (WIN) and Scientific Director and CEO of SCAN Health

  • Dr. David Naylor

    Physician, Medical Researcher and Immediate Past President of the University of Toronto

  • Elise Maheu

    Vice-President, Government Affairs Canada, 3M Global Legal Affairs

  • Frank Baylis

    Executive Chairman, Baylis Medical Company

  • James Brodie

    General Manager at Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies of Canada

  • Jodi Butts

    Host of @Risk on the 2020 Network

  • Nicole DeKort

    President & CEO, MedTech Canada

  • Peter Cleary

    Principal, Santis Health

  • Robert Van Exan

    President and Owner, Immunization Policy and Knowledge Translation

  • Senator Peter Harder, P.C.

    Former Government House Leader in the Senate of Canada

  • Hon. Dominic LeBlanc

    Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities