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Subject: Surgical staplers linked to 41K adverse events, FDA says | 911 calls reveal mental health concerns at Amazon warehouses | Trump's 2020 budget plan: 5 healthcare takeaways | Generic valsartan approved to alleviate shortage
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March 13, 2019
1. Nearly 200 Amazon warehouse employees have called 911 for mental health episodes on the job
2. FDA approves new generic valsartan to alleviate shortage
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3. Surgical staplers linked to 41,000 injury, malfunction reports, FDA says Full story

4. With AutoPricer from BroadJump, you can quickly uncover actionable supply chain savings opportunities without switching products. Find out more

5. Trump's 2020 budget proposal: 5 healthcare takeaways
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6. Hospitals shell out millions for CAR-T, but aren't getting paid
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7. Lean principles can help hospitals and health systems make dramatic improvements in emergency department performance, resulting in higher quality care and enhanced patient satisfaction. Click here to learn more.

8. It's the middleman's turn: 5 PBMs get April 3 Senate invite to discuss drug costs Full story
9. The 282 hospitals with 1 star from CMS Full story
10. Purdue Pharma: Timing of 1st opioid trial won't sway bankruptcy filing Full story
11. Plan better, budget smarter: Vizient Drug Price Forecast Get accurate projections for the pharmaceutical market in 2019-2020.

12. UnitedHealth will require employers to pass drug rebates to workers Full story

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