The teams had the task of creating a cybersecurity strategy for a U.S. health system that includes their supply chain, addresses the threat of gray market and counterfeit products, and includes approaches to monetize the cyber hygiene capabilities. This year’s competition was hosted by the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, a partner university of KLU. The proposals and presentations of the top three teams, including both of KLU’s, can be found on the SCAN Health Knowledge Mobilization Platform.
About SCAN Health
SCAN Health is an international knowledge translation platform funded by the Government of Canada, Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) and hosted by the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business. Spanning five countries, including Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada – and with over one hundred partners from industry, healthcare, government and academia – SCAN Health will advance global capacity to adopt and scale best practices in healthcare supply chain to offer traceability of products and care processes from bench to bedside to patient outcomes.
- Submission of first runner-up: Doreen Mac-Ohams, Hannah Michel and Sandra Rudeloff
- Submission of second runner-up: Nargiz Geybullayeva, Nicholas Lauerman and Fritzi Lea Müller
- Official press release by SCAN Health