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Subject: Companies perform better when supply pros are chiefs, not middle managers | Dallas hospital unexpectedly closes | UPMC launches center for value-based drug purchasing | 100 great community hospitals
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June 7, 2017
1. Across enemy lines: Insurer recruits former drug reps to push more generics  Full story

2. Companies perform better when supply pros are chiefs, not middle managers: 7 survey insights  Full story
3. Dallas hospital unexpectedly closes   Full story

4. Webinar: Learn best practices to reducing IT costs and complexity. 
UPMC Health Plan launches center for value-based drug purchasing 

6. 6 FDA decisions to keep an eye on in June Full story

7. Supply chain optimization: How Mercy saved $1B    

8. Prioritizing generics - 4 strategies for lower drug costs from Dr. Scott Gottlieb  
Millennial physicians opting out of the Hippocratic Oath in favor of alternatives  
Full story
10. Pfizer makes 2nd price hike this year for nearly 100 drugs: 4 things to know  Full story
11. Supreme Court exempts church-affiliated hospitals from federal pension law: 5 things to know  Full story

12. 100 great community hospitals | 2017  Full story

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