From: Becker's Supply Chain Report <>
Subject: Hospital M&A produces limited supply chain savings | Morgan Stanley: 450 hospitals at risk of closure | FDA extends EpiPen's shelf life | Why a patient paid $285 for a $40 drug
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August 22, 2018
1. EpiPen expiration dates extended to combat worsening shortage 
2. Hospitals don't save much on supply chain after they're acquired, report says  Full story

3. Amazon's newest hire is a top cardiologist from Mass General  Full story

4. 3 overlooked areas of supply chain waste you can control today - Register for this upcoming webinar.

5. A patient paid $285 for a $40 drug: Here's why  Full story

6. Anthem, Walmart strike deal on over-the-counter drugs for Medicare Advantage members  Full story
7. The road to systemness: Delivering an outcomes-driven supply chain.  Learn more 

8. 450 hospitals at risk of potential closure, Morgan Stanley analysts find  Full story
9. Medicare could have saved $925M by swapping brand-name combo drugs for generics  Full story
10. Michigan hospital blames 'aggressive, direct competitor' for financial troubles  Full story
11. To learn supply chain waste elimination and optimization strategies, register for this upcoming webinar. 

12. These 6 drugmakers froze price hikes in response to Trump's criticism  Full story

13. Medical device vendors are disclosing more vulnerabilities as 'stigma' wanes, report suggests  Full story

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