6 must-reads for supply chain leaders this week

Here are six articles published by Becker's Hospital Review this week, featuring Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare's adoption of a needle-free blood draw technology, the 10 most popular prescription drugs in 2017 and more.

  1. Intermountain adopts needle-free technology for blood draws
    Intermountain Healthcare is implementing a needle-free technology to improve the blood draw experience for inpatients across its 22 hospitals. 

  2. How Dems' 'Better Deal' would address drug costs: 3 notes
    Congressional Democrats announced their "Better Deal" campaign Monday, which outlines three major goals: raise Americans' wages, lower their cost of living and build a better economy.  

  3. Cantrell recalls drugs over sterility issues: 4 things to know
    Cantrell Drug Co. issued a voluntary recall of all lots of its unexpired sterile drug products due to a lack of sterility assurance.

  4. Supply chain leaders worried about potential market entry of Amazon
    The possibility of Amazon expanding its services into digital health has many industry insiders worried.

  5. 10 most popular prescription drugs for 2017
    GoodRx compiled a list of the most-dispensed prescriptions in the U.S. as of May 2017. 

  6. 5 steps to reduce blood costs at your hospital
    Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Ill., decreased blood transfusions by 35 percent in two years and achieved $2 million in savings by instituting a provider-led initiative to cut blood costs. 

More articles on supply chain:

How Dems' 'Better Deal' would address drug costs: 3 notes
Supply chain leaders worried about potential market entry of Amazon
Cantrell recalls drugs over sterility issues: 4 things to know

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