‘Expect the Best. Prepare for the Worst.’ Building Resiliency in the Supply Chain

November 10 | Webinar

‘Expect the Best. Prepare for the Worst.’ Building Resiliency in the Supply Chain

November 10 | Webinar

Unexpected events, like adverse weather and the COVID-19 pandemic, can create potential disruptions to your supply chain — however, your 3PL vendor can help you mitigate those disruptions to ensure patients receive their biopharma medications in a timely fashion.

Watch this webinar to learn how Cardinal Health 3PL Services protect biopharma shipments from the adverse effects of weather and other disruptions, to help you build a more resilient supply chain.

Speakers discuss the pharmaceutical supply chain, how 3PL vendors prepare for potential disruptions, the routine measures they employ to help protect the products, and how the contingency plans they create minimize disruption in the supply chain and ensure delivery to patients and healthcare customers.

Who should attend?

Individuals responsible for supply chain continuity at their organizations.

Watch: ‘Expect the Best. Prepare for the Worst.’ Building Resiliency in the Supply Chain

(Webinar held November 10, 2021) In partnership with Cardinal Health, HDA hosted a webinar on how 3PL services are working to strengthen supply chain resiliency.

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Josh Dolan
Vice President, Global Logistics
Cardinal Health, Inc.

Josh Dolan (’13 MBA) is the Vice President of Global Logistics for Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health is an integrated healthcare service and products company, providing customized solutions for hospitals, healthcare systems, pharmacies, ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices worldwide. Josh has a multidiscipline global supply chain background across Retail, Technology and Life Sciences industries. His leadership for numerous Fortune 500 and 1000 companies has produced sustainable transformation at scale, and tangible results for customers. With a focus on organizational design and leadership development, his passion is to create the future of consumer-driven supply chains through an agile mindset. Before coming to Cardinal Health, Josh was a global supply chain leader at companies including Amazon, Target and DICK’S Sporting Goods. He holds a BS in business administration from Bridgewater State University and an MBA from The Pennsylvania State University.


Bruce Bailey
Life Science Sales Executive
Skelton Truck Lines, Inc.

Bruce Bailey is a Life Science Sales Executive with Skelton Truck Lines, Inc. With 30 years of transportation logistics experience, Bruce spent his last ten years in the high value high risk specialty pharmaceutical logistics vertical. Among Bruce’s innovations are SOP’s & work instructions for carrier vetting procedures, maintenance processes for temperature-controlled transportation, as well as operational, security and quality best practices.

Katie Blohm
Director, Logistics Product & Design
Cardinal Health, Inc.

Jason Cook
Director, Warehouse Operations – Cardinal Health 3PL Services
Cardinal Health, Inc.

Jason serves as the Director of Warehouse Operations, overseeing order fulfillment, shipping and receiving, product storage, inventory control, security, facilities maintenance and environmental health and safety for Cardinal Health at their LaVergne, Tennessee and Reno, Nevada facilities.

Jason joined Cardinal Health in 2012 and since then has held various roles across the company's operations, including business analyst, transportation supervisor and operations manager. During this time Jason has been key in supporting the transformation and growth of Cardinal Health's business. Prior to joining Cardinal Health, Jason worked in the retail industry holding various roles including Department Manager, Operations Manager and Director of Store Operations.

Casey Sattler
Director, Final Mile Logistics
Cardinal Health, Inc.

For more than 24 years, Casey has held a variety of leadership roles across different distribution and supply chain organizations. Casey joined Cardinal Health in April 2012, and he currently serves as the Director, Final Mile Logistics, supporting both the Medical and Pharmaceutical Distribution network. He currently oversees the Final Mile Logistics Operations team and Final Mile’s outsourced private fleet operation with responsibility for the network service levels and financial performance.

Prior to his current role, Casey served as a manager in a variety of areas including Commercial Transportation Strategy, Contract and Billing and OptiFreight Logistics. Before joining Cardinal Health, he served as the Manager, Supply Chain and Logistics at Redemtech Inc. Casey also served as Division Sales Manager and Assistant Plant Manager at Home City Ice Company.

Casey holds a BS in business administration from The Ohio State University and is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). He resides in Columbus, Ohio and volunteers on committees with the Marysville Exempted Village Schools.