10 most-read supply chain stories in January

Four health systems' venture to form a nonprofit generic drug company most captured readers' attention in January.

Here are the 10 most-read supply chain stories for January, starting with the most popular.

1. Intermountain, SSM, Ascension and Trinity Health to launch generic drug company

2. Amazon's pharmacy team grows to 30+ people, analysts say

3. Mold-contaminated antibiotic recalled nationwide: 5 things to know

4. Why the NYT featured MedStar Health in its style section

5. FDA extends shelf life of some IV solutions amid critical shortage: 4 things to know

6. ACA's medical device tax takes effect: 3 things to know

7. Intermountain VP encourages more health systems to join effort to make generic drugs accessible, affordable

8. FDA: IV fluid shortage exacerbated by hurricane damage to Puerto Rico is expected to improve

9. Drug prices will be top priority for Azar, says Trump

10. Teva to close Puerto Rico plant, cut 200 jobs as part of restructuring plan

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