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Subject: 1 in 4 hospitals cut staff to cope with rising drug spend | Pa. hospital workers go unpaid | Purdue tried to cast opioid users as 'reckless criminals,' lawsuit claims | Medline to build supply chain center
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January 16, 2019
1. A quarter of US hospitals cut staff to cope with rising drug costs from 2015 to 2017, study finds 
2. Purdue Pharma strategized to cast opioid users as 'reckless criminals,' new court filing claims  Full story

3. Pennsylvania hospital employees work without pay  Full story

4. Safe patient care requires safely powered medical equipment. Download this free white paper to learn more.

5. Medline to build healthcare supply chain center, create up to 400 jobs  Full story 

6. Unfazed by Amazon competition: 'They won't offer anything new,' CVS chief says  Full story
7. Diligent tracking of pack changes can deliver measurable value for supply chain. Register for this upcoming webinar and discover new strategies for increasing supply chain value.

8. Red Cross is 27,000 blood donations short, issues urgent call for donors  Full story
9. House panel launches drug-pricing probe of 12 pharma companies  Full story
10. A recession is coming: What it could mean for healthcare
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12. Froedtert Director of Ambulatory Pharmacy Dr. Jordan Spillane on the market disruptors that have her attention
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