Efficiently tracking medical devices can cut down on injuries and errors. But until recently, there was no industry-wide standard for doing it. Unique Device Identifiers, a new kind of label, are changing that.
As he assumes his role as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, we’re sharing some facts about the respected business leader, who has deep roots at the company—and a commitment to helping improve health for people around the world.
The company now has more Lighthouse designations than any other—a marker of its excellence in manufacturing innovation. Learn how Johnson & Johnson sites are improving how and when we get the healthcare products and services we need and serving as a beacon to other manufacturers worldwide.
Normally, in this part of Uganda, medication is delivered by boat—a slow, difficult process. But now a new Johnson & Johnson-supported program is using drones that can serve 20 landing sites across five islands, reaching more than 3,700 people in a single day.
Learn more about the event, Johnson & Johnson's historic collaboration with Merck—and watch a video that chronicles the progress that the company has made since last March in the fight against COVID-19.
As the U.S. government announces an agreement between Johnson & Johnson and Merck to collaborate on vaccine production,we trace all the steps it takes—from growing cells in a bioreactor to prepping palettes with high-tech track-and-trace technology—to develop and manufacture a vaccine during a pandemic.
As the company announces that its single-doseJanssenCOVID-19 Vaccine has been granted Emergency Use Authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, here are some key facts about how it works (hint: it involves an inactivated common cold virus), how it has been studied, how it would be transported—and more.
From Fast Company's 2020 Best Workplaces for Innovators to Interbrand's Best Global Brands of 2020, learn about some of the distinctions that the company has been honored with this year for its work to help people and communities around the world.
Smart glasses with remote access capabilities. Track-and-trace sensors powered by GPS. These are just two cutting-edge technologies the company has tapped to help keep its supply chain running smoothly at manufacturing and shipping facilities around the world.
Janssen Supply Chain Vice President Remo Colarusso explains how the company is pioneering high-tech new strategies to perfect an age-old mandate: better anticipating and meeting customer demand—both now and in the future.