From: Becker's Supply Chain Report <>
Subject: Boston hospitals face blood shortage | 1,700 Trinity Health employees affected in restructuring | 43% of approved generics still not for sale in US | 10 largest medical device companies
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February 8, 2019
1. Boston hospitals face O-negative blood shortage
2. Generic drug approvals soar, but nearly half the meds aren't for sale in US Full story

3. Trinity Health restructuring to affect nearly 1,700 employees
Full story

4. Making logistics logical - a guide for surgery centers. To register for the webinar, click here.

5. 10 largest medical device companies Full story 

6. J&J to add list prices to TV ads Full story
7. All roads are leading to the adoption of enterprise imaging. Click here to learn how you can experience improved clinical outcomes with our roadmap to EI and Gartner's Market Guide to VNAs.

8. Facebook to help connect hospitals to blood donors
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9. Kaiser Permanente lays off nearly 200 in Colorado Full story
10. Telehealth, prescription drugs on some Amazon shoppers' wish lists, survey says Full story
11. 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.

12. An injection for a blood clotting disorder, a rival Botox treatment & more: 4 recent FDA approvals Full story

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