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Supply Chain

Apr 03 | Susan Morse
Providers continue to face critical shortages of critical care staff, ventilators, masks and other personal…
Apr 02 | Susan Morse
Half of U.S. physicians say they have treated a patient with COVID-19 symptoms, while three-quarters report not being…
Apr 02 | Jeff Lagasse
Revenue is tanking, while expenses are going up, as organizations prepare for big surges in…
Mar 30 | Jeff Lagasse
With COVID-19 spreading, Trump has suggested that the increase in demand for supplies may not…
Mar 25 | Jeff Lagasse
The recommendations center on redirecting the supply of the drugs from retail pharmacy settings…
Mar 22 | Susan Morse
The coronavirus is causing hospitals to ramp up for a surge of cases while having to give up elective procedures that sustain their…
Mar 18 | Susan Morse
The Department of Defense is releasing up to 2,000 ventilators and is making available up to 5 million N95 face masks from reserves.
Mar 16 | Susan Morse
Providers ask for $1 billion to care for patients and to ensure they can get personal protection equipment.
Mar 06 | Jeff Lagasse
Two cases were traced to an employee of the hospital, with a third person who had direct contact now infected.
Mar 05 | Jeff Lagasse
If there's one silver lining, it's that, while the coronavirus has had a significant…

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