*Philipp Cremer, Martin Losch, and Ulf Schrader, “Driving a Transformation in Efficiency,” Outpacing Change in Pharma Operations, McKinsey,
2010; Innovation and Continuous Improvement in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 2004.
Efficiencies like that could add up across the
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Up to $50 billion in inefficiencies exist in
the pharmaceutical industry alone. That’s
equivalent to funding as many as 90 new
drugs per year.*
The billions saved
in efficiencies could
save millions of lives.