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Subject: Hurricane Maria stalls shipments of Baxter's IV products | AmerisourceBergen fined $260M over cancer drug packaging | Feds charge former Tenet execs in $400M fraud case | 6 ways to address drug shortages from an Advocate pharmacy leader
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September 29, 2017
1. Hurricane Maria stalls shipments of Baxter's IV products to US hospitals: 4 things to know 

2. How this movie studio is challenging blood draw restrictions Full story
3. Feds charge former Tenet executives in $400M fraud case   Full story

4. Make the most out of patient throughput - don't let costly setbacks rule the day. Learn more about the key steps to immediately improve patient throughput

5. Why pharmaceutical products in the US don't include braille labeling Full story 

6. Millennials least likely to comply with recall notices, study finds Full story
7. Tackle length of stay, patient flow and discharge issues with artificial intelligence solutions        
8. Allergan buys back $2B in stock same day CFO announces retirement Full story
9. A proactive approach to drug shortages: 6 strategies from Advocate Health Care's director of central service pharmacy  Full story
10. Brigham and Women's mandatory flu shot policy prompts nursing suit Full story
11. AmerisourceBergen fined $260M over cancer drug packaging: 4 things to know Full story

12. 3 latest FDA approvals 

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