Logistics in the medical sector
Marlene Flück, Head of Import/Export

Internationality places high demands on logistics

YpsoStories

For a globally operating medical devices company, there are many difficulties, barriers and insecurities in the worldwide supply of medical products, which pose challenges for logistics. Challenges that our logistics department masters on a daily basis.

Topics:

Digitisation in diabetes therapy management

Changing patient-doctor relationship

YpsoStories

Digitisation opens the door for new products and new possibilities in the diabetes therapy management. Due to digitisation, patients are gaining knowledge and independence and therefore their demands increase. As a result, the patient-doctor relationship is undergoing change.

Topics:

Individualisation in diabetes therapy

YpsoStories

The number of Type 1 diabetics using old insulin pumps without secure communication interfaces to build their own “Closed Loop” system is growing steadily. The so-called “loopers” are thus sending a clear signal to manufacturers and showing what is in demand for insulin pump therapy.

Topics:

Increasing demand for flexible volumes

YpsoStories

New, specific drugs for a variety of autoimmune diseases are penetrating the market. This leads to changes: numerous new drug manufacturers, many new drugs and new requirements for injection systems. If you want to be one of the players, you have to be flexible and adapt your production concepts accordingly.

Topics:

Interview with futurologist Jeanette Huber

YpsoStories

In the interview she explains the consequences of digitisation for the healthcare system. Classical systems and processes are breaking up and need to be redefined. But what exactly does digitisation do to us?

Topics: