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Subject: VA hospital loses $1M worth of medical equipment in 2 years | Hospitals face unprecedented turnover: 4 findings | Lenovo Health partners with Becker's to host 3-day Virtual Innovation Summit | 10 costliest prescription drugs
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May 12, 2017
1. 10 costliest prescription drugs, as ranked by GoodRx          Full story

2. Hospitals face unprecedented turnover, attrition rates: 4 survey findings Full story
3. Patients barter for costly medications on Facebook Full story

4. Changes in the healthcare and reimbursement landscape are creating new opportunities for ASCs to improve financial performance. Find out more in this upcoming webinar.          
Abbott employee inspects heart implant used in daughter's lifesaving surgery  Full story

6. Indianapolis VA hospital loses $1M worth of medical equipment in 2 years Full story

7. What are the three questions providers should ask when selecting a gown for a given procedure? Learn more in this upcoming webinar. Learn more

8. OSU Wexner CEO resigns over faculty concerns about leadership 
PhRMA issues new membership criteria, boots more than 20 drugmakers
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10. Express Scripts launches new pharmacy discount program, Inside Rx Full story
11. Join the Becker's Virtual Innovation Summit, a complimentary online conference June 6-8Click here to register.

12. 25 best cities for physicians Full story

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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