Just like a human body can’t function without the liver and brain and its other vital organs, a healthcare system is the same without a supply chain that can’t process a bit. The supply chain typically refers to the resources required to deliver goods or services to a specific consumer. In contrast, the healthcare supply chain system is a compound and scrappy process. It ensures the regulation of the flow of medical products and services from manufacturer to patient. When such a process is in full swing, physical goods and information about pharmaceutical products and services travel to some independent stakeholders, including manufacturers, insurance companies, hospitals, providers, group purchasing organisations, and other regulatory agencies.