Top 5 supply chain stories in February

Below are five of the top supply chain stories published by Becker's Hospital Review in February, beginning with the most popular:

  1. Medtronic recalls insulin pumps linked to 2,000 injuries, 1 death
    Medtronic is recalling 322,005 of its MiniMed 600 series insulin pumps after discovering a problem that can cause the user to be given the wrong dose of insulin.

  2. Baxter overstated its income by $276M the last 4 years, probe finds
    Baxter International said in a Feb. 13 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it had overstated its income by $276 million for the last four years.

  3. 6 hospitals that suspended surgeries due to supply chain issues
    Six hospitals that recently suspended surgeries due to supply chain issues. 

  4. 50 best healthcare supply chains in North America, cited by GHX
    Global Health Exchange released its annual list of the 50 best healthcare supply chains in North America.

  5. Tennessee hospital lab manager quits, says hospital regularly ran out of critical supplies
    A former lab manager at Big South Fork Medical Center in Oneida, Tenn., said he quit after the hospital regularly ran low on basic supplies and critical lab tests.

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Abbott, ResMed, Teleflex announce 3 high-risk device recalls in one day
Coronavirus not linked to Chinese imports, FDA says

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