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Subject: No deal for Walgreens, AmerisourceBergen | FDA declares Class I recall for 48 Medtronic defibrillators | Apple will open medical clinics for its employees | Teva shutters offices in NYC, DC
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February 28, 2018
1. Walgreens, AmerisourceBergen reportedly end takeover discussions with no deal   

2. FDA declares Class I recall for 48 Medtronic defibrillators  Full story
3. Apple will open medical clinics for its employees this spring      Full story

4. How does your hospital perform on the cost-quality-outcomes spectrum? Take this Hospital Supply Chain Performance Self-Assessment to find out.   Learn more.

5. Healthcare 'State of the Union': 7 things for leaders to know   Full story 

6. Teva shutters offices in New York City, Washington D.C., as part of cost cutting plan   Full story
7. Why it's time hospitals automate their supply chains to improve quality and revenue   Learn more.

8. Dr. John Noseworthy: All of these unconventional healthcare partnerships will spark innovation   Full story
9. FDA to encourage pharma to sell medication-assisted treatments for opioid addicts   Full story
10. Parents of missing CDC physician asked to identify potential body 4 separate times   Full story
11. Fatigue and Engagement: The Impact of Shift Work Schedules   Learn more. 

12. Healthgrades announces 'America's Best Hospitals' for 2018   Full story

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