Supply Chain E-Newsletter
October 2, 2019

1. FDA warns patients, providers of 'urgent' software vulnerabilities affecting medical devices Full story

2. Virginia veterans' hospital cited for supply chain mistakes Full story

3. UPS gets OK to build healthcare drone-delivery fleet
Full story 

4. Medical staff leaders and professionals: Protect your organization from negligent credentialing legal action. Learn more with this upcoming webinar.  

5. Lawmakers renew effort to repeal, extend delay of medical device tax Full story

6. J&J, 2 Ohio counties reach $20M opioid settlement
Full story

7. 5 Must Reads: 

  • How to support value-based goals with revamped lab services — 6 steps for success. Click here to read the white paper.   
  • Hospital CFOs' big challenge? Curing medical bill ills. Download this free e-book to read insights from industry leaders rethinking the patient financial experience. 
  • To learn how hospitals are cutting costs and reducing readmissions from SNFs by 50% or more, download this white paper.
  • Is your healthcare organization in need of digital transformation? Read this white paper to learn how to modernize IT and enable efficient and effective care. 
  • Is Wikipedia complicating your patient relationships? Download this free executive brief, 3 Approaches to Navigate the Era of Digital Diagnosis.

8. Sterigenics won't reopen Illinois sterilization plant Full story

9. Bacterial contamination forces recall of skin prep lotion
Full story

10. 14 hospitals with the most ER visits | 2019  Full story

11. Maximize health IT ROI — 6 reasons to focus on imaging. Click here to read the ebook. 

12. Top 5 supply chain stories in September Full story

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