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Subject: Hospitals could save $25.4B annually in supply chain costs | 5 clinicians get prison time for role in $11M billing scheme | FDA, Homeland Security to improve device security | 2 Advocate hospitals give overdose patients naloxone upon discharge
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October 19, 2018
1. Hospitals could save $25.4B annually in supply chain costs, study finds 
2. 2 physicians, 3 nurses sentenced to prison for role in $11M billing scheme Full story

3. FDA signs agreement with Homeland Security to improve medical device security Full story

4. Register for this upcoming webinar to learn how to expand pharmacy services while controlling labor costs. 

5. 2 Advocate hospitals give naloxone kits to overdose patients upon discharge 

6. 20 generic drugmakers must answer price-fixing lawsuit     Full story
7. Is your health system safe from cyber-attacks? Read this whitepaper for insights into military-inspired cybersecurity strategies.

8. Qatar donates $2.5M to reopen Texas hospital that closed in 2015 Full story
9. Insys tactics to hike fentanyl sales detailed in Missouri senator's report Full story
10. Ascension, Adventist Health System JV slashes outpatient sites by 50% Full story
11. 7 must-reads on clinician engagement. Click here to download the e-book. 

12. FDA greenlights eye implant, hemophilia drug and more: 5 latest approvals 

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