Any health system's first priority is to supply medicine as a strategic product. Supply chain management is described as the coordination of important business operations throughout the supply chain in order to provide value for consumers and stakeholders. In an efficient business model, supply chain management connects supply and demand within and across companies. Pharmaceutical supply chain management has become more complex in the current context of a health-conscious society because it involves the life-saving interests of humans and requires the participation of various stakeholders such as pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, customers, information service providers, and regulatory agencies. Pharmaceutical supply chains are growing increasingly complex, and all participants in the supply chain are becoming increasingly important. The advantages of an integrated supply chain are vast, ranging from suppliers and pharmaceutical corporations to healthcare professionals and patients.