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The USBBC - Global Medicine Distribution Center in Bahrain

  • 21 May 2019
  • 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • USBBC Webinar



The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s

U.S.-Bahrain Business Council

invites you to RSVP for webinar on a prospective:

Global Medicine Distribution Center

in Bahrain

Tuesday, May 21

2:00-3:00 PM EST/9:00-10:00 PM in Bahrain  

 RSVP for webinar details:

Liz Clark, Manager for the U.S.-Bahrain Business Council at

lclark@uschamber.com or (202) 463-5484

featuring a presentation by

Christine Arakelian

CEO

Global Healthcare Integrators

With participation of the Embassy of Kingdom of Bahrain in Washington and

the U.S. Embassy in Manama

Agenda

This webinar will combine interests from the healthcare, ICT, and logistics sectors to serve the medical needs of global employers and other key stakeholders from Bahrain.  Bahrain provides a unique gateway to the world for medical distribution and predictive analytics, building upon the U.S.-Bahrain Free Trade Agreement and hyper scale cloud capabilities.


Speaker Biography

Christine Arakelian, CEO, Global Healthcare Integrators

Christine Arakelian is the founder and CEO of Global Healthcare Integrators, and has over 20 years of experience in healthcare, both in domestic and international markets.   She led global strategy and corporate development for two Fortune 500 healthcare companies:  Omnicare, a leading national pharmacy and distributor which is now part of CVS Health, and Henry Schein, a global healthcare distributor with operations in over 50 countries.    She formed GHI in 2013.  Her company has advised and/or implemented solutions touching on population health data, population health management, technology, national healthcare data architectures, reimbursement, distribution, pharmacy, meaningful patient access and healthcare services in China, Southeast Asia, Africa, Brazil, the former Soviet republics and the Middle East.  Prior to Omnicare and Henry Schein, she had a series of progressing roles in biotech and pharmaceuticals.  She has a BA in Intellectual History from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a University Scholar and graduated with honors, and a JD from the University of Virginia Law School.  She has published in Drug Discovery Today, and was recently named a Fellow in Public Health at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  She is laser-focused on advancing results, culture and mission both for GHI and her clients.   


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