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Subject: CVS to sell generic EpiPen at about 1/6 price | Trump's call to curb drug imports could raise drug prices | Patient shoots himself inside NJ hospital | 7 must-reads for supply chain leaders this week
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Jan. 13, 2017
1. Why Trump's call to curb drug imports could raise - not lower - drug prices

2. CVS to sell generic version of EpiPen at about 1/6 price
3. Patient shoots himself inside NJ hospital    
4. Learn how SKU standardization can improve your organization's patient care.   Learn more
7 must-reads for supply chain leaders this week

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8. AbbVie CEO pledges to rein in price hikes   Full story
9. FedEx partners with Walgreens to provide package delivery, drop off locations   Full story
10. Car crashes into a pole, bringing down Epic EHR at Jefferson Healthcare  
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12. 5 health systems with strong finances  

Call for submissions - "Supply chain tip of the week": If you would like to contribute a tip, insight or best practice related to improving the hospital supply chain, please email Mackenzie Bean at

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