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Impact de la pandémie sur la gestion internationale de produits de santé, entre pénurie et innovation

Abstract : The Covid 19 pandemic crystallizes the problems of shortages of medicines and health products due to globalization and the dependence of the European market on China and India. The reorganization of the supply chain into a more secure, transparent and fluid approach would avoid these risks of supply tensions and stock-outs in anticipation of a new pandemic crisis. The race for supply and competition from States and economic operators, supply logistics then becomes a major issue justifying binding requisition measures and a reduction in regulatory procedures promoting agile access to the market for health products and alternative innovative products. The use of digital tools such as artificial intelligence and blockchain should help secure the international circulation of products. However, the agility of adapting the market for health products to the needs of the crisis presupposes, in the post-pandemic phase, the sustainability of innovative tools whose protection must balance with their usefulness for all populations.
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Béatrice Espesson Vergeat. Impact de la pandémie sur la gestion internationale de produits de santé, entre pénurie et innovation. Droit, santé et société, Eska, 2020, 2 (2), pp.77-92. ⟨10.3917/dsso.072.0077⟩. ⟨halshs-03160553⟩

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