Amerisourcebergen Corporation

They provide drug distribution and related services designed to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes, distribute a line of brand name and generic pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter (OTC) health care products and home health care supplies and equipment to a wide variety of health care providers located throughout the United States, including acute care hospitals and health systems, independent and chain retail pharmacies, mail-order facilities, physicians, clinics and other alternate site facilities, as well as skilled nursing andassisted living centers.

They also provide pharmaceuticals and pharmacy services to long-term care, workers’ compensation and specialty drug patients. It is a market leader in pharmaceutical distribution and ranked 27th on the Fortune 500 list for 2011 with over $80 Billion in annual revenue. [1] In terms of revenue (80. 2 billion in 2011) the firm is the largest based in Pennsylvania. [1] ————————————————- History In 1997, in competition between Cardinal Health and McKesson Corporation, Cardinal Health has planned to purchase Bergen, to which McKesson responded with a bid to purchase Amerisource.

Instead, Amerisource and Bergen merged into AmerisourceBergen. ————————————————- References 1. AmerisourceBergen: The biggest Pennsylvania company you never heard of, by David Sell, Philadelphia Inquirer, 15 July 2012 2. McKesson plans to buy rival Amerisource “Reuters”, September 24, 1997, Accessed July 20, 2011. ————————————————- External links * Corporate Website * AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group Introducion About Us ————————————————- Top of Form Bottom of Form

AmerisourceBergen is one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical service companies serving the United States, Canada and selected global markets with a focus on the pharmaceutical supply channel. Servicing both pharmaceutical manufacturers and healthcare providers, the Company’s service solutions range from niche premium logistics and pharmaceutical packaging to reimbursement and pharmaceutical consulting services. Our scale, our position in the healthcare industry, and the value we bring to the channel have all helped our business continue to succeed.

Locations: AmerisourceBergen operations reach across the globe. Our 26 pharmaceutical distribution centers and three specialty distribution centers are strategically located throughout the United States; and we currently have nine distribution centers in Canada. With the recent acquisition of World Courier, the largest and most experienced specialty logistics company, services expanded to include a network of 137 wholly-owned ISO 9001-certified offices in 52 countries Headquartered in Valley Forge, PA, AmerisourceBergen has locations around the world.

In the US, we handle about 20% of all of the pharmaceuticals sold and distributed throughout the country. We strive to take costs out of the healthcare system by using our scale and efficient operations to drive value for our customers. In addition to delivering pharmaceuticals on a just-in-time basis to tens of thousands of healthcare providers every day, we provide business support and consulting services to help our customers focus on their key strength—caring for patients. AmerisourceBergen is committed to the safety and security of the nation’s pharmaceutical supply chain.

We purchase all branded and generic pharmaceuticals only directly from the product’s manufacturer, except in the rare instance that we are required to do otherwise either by the manufacturer or a government agency. The pharmaceutical distribution business of AmerisourceBergen operates under the business units of: AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group AmerisourceBergen Consulting Services World Courier In addition to our distribution capabilities, we offer healthcare providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers a variety of related services.

Four groups works in amerisourceBergen are as under: Drug CorporationAmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation serves institutional healthcare providers and retail pharmacies, providing pharmaceuticals, staffing, pharmacy automation and professional consultation services. ABDC delivers medicines purchased directly from the manufacturer to thousands of customers on a just-in-time basis. | Specialty GroupAmerisourceBergen Specialty Group leads the market in oncology, plasma-derivative and biotech product distribution. ABSG works with pharmaceutical companies to support commercialization strategies.

It provides the resources physicians need to maximize practice efficiency and the specialty pharmacy services patients need to enhance their health. | Consulting ServicesAmerisourceBergen Consulting Services partners with manufacturers to prove product value and expand market access. ABCS offers unparalleled commercialization support by integrating outcomes research, health policy analysis, managed markets agency services, reimbursement strategy, contract field staffing and packaging and clinical services programs. | World Courier

World Courier is a leader in specialty logistics for global clinical trials delivering fully-integrated GxP-compliant temperature-controlled transport, storage and distribution solutions worldwide. Their integrated network and technology offer control over the entire supply chain and uniquely position it as a logistics provider of choice| Literature review History AmerisourceBergen was formed in 2001 following the merger of AmeriSource Health Corporation and Bergen Brunswig Corporation. AmeriSource and Bergen were both successful pharmaceutical distributors that served similar markets but covered somewhat different geographies.

Bringing the two together gave the company a strong national presence that was geared especially towards serving independent community pharmacies, regional retail chain pharmacies, hospitals, physician offices, clinics and other alternate care facilities. Today, AmerisourceBergen has 26 pharmaceutical distribution centers in the US, nine distribution centers in Canada, four specialty distribution centers in the US, and over 1 million square feet of packaging production capacity in the US and the UK.

With the addition of World Courier, the largest specialty courier company in the world, over 150 company-owned offices around the globe were added to the Company’s reach. AmerisourceBergen’s service solutions range from niche premium logistics and pharmaceutical packaging to reimbursement and pharmaceutical consulting services. We have over 13,000 associates dedicated to providing services to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes. Check list for strategies Medium & Long Term Checklist for AmerisourceBergen: 1. Forecast of Profitability 2. Forecast of Productivity 3. Forecast of Market Shares 4.

Recommendations on Customer Awareness 5. Recommendations on Customer Perceptions 6. Recommendations on Sales 7. Promotion Activity 8. Recommendations on Advertising Posture ~ 9. Recommendations on Product Availability 10. Recommendations on Technical Competence 11. Recommendations on Awareness of Products 12. Recommendations on Awareness of Product Quality 13. Recommendations on Awareness of Product Pricing 14. Recommendations on Pricing Relative to Competitors 15. Recommendations on Quality Relative to Competitors ~ 16. Recommendations on Relative Product Performance 17. Recommendations on Relative Technical Superiority 18.

Recommendations on Relative Service Factors 19. Forecast of Current Customer Base 20. Forecast of Annual Sales of Products & Services 21. Forecast of Current Sales 22. Recommended Costs & Margins 23. Recommended Distribution Channels & Networks 24. Forecast of Pre-Tax Profit / Total Assets 25. Forecast of Pre-Tax Profit / Sales 26. Forecast of Pre-Tax Profit / Capital Employed 27. Forecast of Pre-Tax Profit Per Employee 28. Forecast of Investment / Sales 29. Forecast of Receivables / Sales 30. Forecast of Inventory / Sales 31. Forecast of Physical Process Costs / Sales 32.

Forecast of Total Marketing Costs / Sales 33. Forecast of R&D Expenditure / Sales 34. Forecast of Added Value 35. Forecast of Capacity Utilization 36. Forecast of Relative Product Quality 37. Forecast of Relative Product Pricing 38. Forecast of Competitors 39. Forecast of Competitors’ Strength 40. Forecast of New Products 41. Forecast of Product Life Cycles 42. Forecast of New Product Horizons 43. Forecast of Relative Competitive 44. SalesForce Expenditure 45. Forecast of Relative Competitive Advertising Expenditure 47. Forecast of Relative Competitive Promotional Expenditure. Mission Top of Form Bottom of Form.

AmerisourceBergen associates pledge to support our Vision, Mission and Values in a way that guides each choice, each action, each moment in their daily work life. Our Vision: To be the preferred partner to healthcare providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers Our Mission: To improve patients’ lives by delivering innovative products and services that drive quality and efficiency in pharmaceutical care Our Values: Accountability • Collaboration • Customer Focus Innovation • Integrity • Passion Key Objectives| | Objective| You| INCREASE patient access to your service| | INCREASE the quality of care given to patients| |

IMPROVE the consistency of dosing practices| | IMPROVE record keeping and audit procedures| | IMPROVE the quality and reliability of the service| | REDUCE administration time| | REDUCE the number of patients attending centralised clinics| | REDUCE patient waiting times| | REDUCE peak loads on your service and reduce staff stress levels| | SAVE physician time by transferring the dosing of patients to other healthcare professionals. | | GAIN better control of patients therapy| | GAIN peace of mind by providing the best service available| | Carrier development Why Work Here Top of Form Bottom of Form.

AmerisourceBergen is one of the leading distributors of generic, branded and specialty pharmaceutical products and related services. We are also a packager of choice for pharmaceutical manufacturers and pharmacies. Associates recently shared why they work at AmerisourceBergen. Some common quotes included: “I enjoy the work and my ability to impact people’s lives every single day. ” “There are opportunities to develop my skills through challenging projects and training. ” “ABC provides comprehensive benefits for me and my family. ” “I feel fortunate to work for a Fortune 500 company with high morals and ethics.

” “ABC is a big company with a small company feel. ” Engagement – The Focus is on You We understand that productivity, satisfaction and retention of talented associates are vital for our organization to perform and meets its goals. We conduct a company-wide survey to periodically measure engagement levels across the organization. Career Development We provide associates with the tools to assess and proactively manage their careers. Career development is a shared responsibility between the company, the manager and the associate, Managers work with associates to align talents and build careers.

Leadership and Associate Development Building a culture of strong leaders is vital for the continued success of AmerisourceBergen. We provide leaders at all levels, the opportunity to strengthen their skills through participating in challenging projects, best-in-class training, e-learning, live webinars and individual development planning. We are committed to providing learning opportunities for all levels of leadership including executive, mid-level leaders, front-line managers and individual contributors.

We encourage all associates to identify and plan opportunities to develop skills while working on projects or departmental goals, as most learning occurs with on-the-job experience. Our Culture Top of Form Bottom of Form AmerisourceBergen is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment where all associates, business partners and community members are valued, respected and appreciated for the unique perspectives and talents that collectively make our Company a leader in healthcare distribution services and solutions. Diversity and Inclusion within AmerisourceBergen.

– Articulate and communicate our strategic direction in the area of diversity and inclusion. – Foster an open environment through communication forums that encourage feedback and the open exchange of ideas between associates. – Ensure policies and procedures which support an environment embracing diversity and inclusion. – Identify, provide, and sponsor education and training to all associates that promotes a culture of workplace diversity and inclusion. – Review internal practices such as recruitment, retention, promotion and development of associates to assure the diversity and inclusion mission is fostered.

– Extend diversity and in Hierarchy in management Corporate Officers | Steven H. Collis President and Chief Executive Officer| | | John G. Chou Executive Vice President & General Counsel | | | | June Barry Senior Vice President, Human Resources | | | | Gina K. Clark Senior Vice President , Chief Marketing Officer | | | | Dale Danilewitz Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer | | | | James Frary Senior Vice President and President, AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group | | | | Tim G. Guttman Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer | | |

| Peyton Howell Senior Vice President, Business Development and President, AmerisourceBergen Consulting Services | | | | David W. Neu Senior Vice President and President, AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation | | | | David M. Senior Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development | | | | Kathy H. Gaddes Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary | | | | Lazarus Krikorian Vice President and Corporate Controller | | | | J. F. Quinn Vice President and Corporate Treasurer | | | | Vicki L. Bausinger Director, Shareholder Relations & Assistant Secretary.

| | | BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board of Directors | Richard C. Gozon Chairman of the Board| | | Steven H. Collis President and Chief Executive Officer | | | | Charles H. Cotros Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sysco Corporation | | | | Richard W. Gochnauer Retired President & CEO of United Stationers | | | | Edward E. Hagenlocker Retired Vice Chairman, Ford Motor Company | | | | Jane E. Henney, M. D. Professor, Internal Medicine and Public Health Service, College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati | | | | Kathleen W. Hyle.

Former Senior Vice President of Constellation Energy and Chief Operating Officer of Constellation Energy Resources | | | | Michael J. Long Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Arrow Electronics, Inc. | | | | Henry W. McGee President, HBO Video| | CORPORATE OFFICERS Steven H. Collis* President and Chief Executive Officer Michael D. DiCandilo* Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer John G. Chou* Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary June B. Barry* Senior Vice President, Human Resources Gina K. Clark Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer.

James D. Frary* Senior Vice President and President, AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group Peyton R. Howell* Senior Vice President, Business Development and President, AmerisourceBergen Consulting Services Thomas H. Murphy Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer David W. Neu* Senior Vice President and President, AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation Antonio R. Pera Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Management David M. Senior Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development Tim G. Guttman Vice President and Corporate Controller J. F. Quinn.

Vice President and Corporate Treasurer Vicki L. Bausinger Director, Shareholder Relations & Assistant Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS Richard C. Gozon 2,5 Chairman of the Board, Retired Executive Vice President, Weyerhaeuser Company Charles H. Cotros 2*,3,5 Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sysco Corporation Richard W. Gochnauer 1,3,4 Retired Chief Executive Officer, United Stationers Inc. Edward E. Hagenlocker 2,3*,4,5 Retired Vice Chairman, Ford Motor Company Jane E. Henney, M. D. 2,4*,5 Professor, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati Kathleen W. Hyle 1*,3,5.

Senior Vice President, Constellation Energy and Chief Operating Officer, Constellation Energy Resources Michael J. Long 1,2 Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Arrow Electronics, Inc. Henry W. McGee 1,4 President, HBO Home Entertainment Steven H. Collis 5* President and Chief Executive Officer, AmerisourceBergen Corporation Committees of the Board 1 Audit and Corporate Responsibility Committee 2 Compensation and Succession Planning Committee 3 Finance Committee 4 Governance and Nominating Committee 5 Executive Committee * Denotes Committee Chair Productivity graph.

Comparison of five year cumulative return Stock price graph Fish bone diagram Recommendations It is recommended that please don’t make the product for the youth which is harmful for their I’e. drugs etc. If you make then please not gives to everyone only gives on the prescription of doctors. And I hope that the amerisource will complete their plans and make consumption in every products and country. Conclusion It is concluded that the amerisourceBergen is one of the best largest pharmaceutical company of the world which is work for the health of the people and offers medicine in reasonable prices.

And it is percieve that a day will come when the amerisource bergen produced each and every product. What do you want to do for this company? If I have any chance for working in that company then then first of I want to eliminate the mismanagment . Because it creat problems and change the structure of company management like that the earlier problem of salary increment was due to the cause of mismanagement. So I have complete try to removes these types of activities and as well as favouritism which is most the largest problem of conflict.