Proper pharmaceutical systems management is necessary for high-quality health care and achievement of optimal health outcomes. Without strong pharmaceutical systems, including established governance and leadership, effective regulatory systems, and product and resource optimization, multiple aspects of the health supply chain can be affected. Furthermore, a strong pharmaceutical system helps to enable positive health outcomes with the provision of quality-assured commodities and services that promote rational product use and protect patient safety. Chemonics’ focus on pharmaceutical management is a key component of our global health supply chain work, and we are excited to partner with HUCOP on this initiative.

“Chemonics’ and Howard’s shared values of excellence, service, and trust are key components to this growing partnership. We are excited to take this step together and further our joint vision of improving pharmaceutical management and access to medicines across the globe,” said Chemonics’ President and Chief Executive Officer Jamey Butcher.

The chosen fellow will work with Chemonics’ global health supply chain experts, fostering innovation by researching and documenting technical solutions, advancing pharmaceutical best practices, and strengthening supply chain systems to improve health outcomes throughout our projects worldwide.