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September 24, 2021

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  • COVID creates shortages for myriad U.S. medical supplies
  • Penn State Health to open 110-bed hospital on Oct. 1
  • Recent Share Moving Media Blogs
  • Hatch Medical, Syncro Medical Innovations partner to commercialize advanced Gabriel Feeding Tube
  • Weird News: 10-foot-wide house in Boston sells for $1.25 Million
  • JHC - Women Leaders in Supply Chain
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    COVID creates shortages for myriad U.S. medical supplies
     Shortages of medical supplies like masks and gloves that marked the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic have spread to a host of other items needed at medical facilities in the U.S., from exam tables and heart defibrillators to crutches and IV poles, reports Reuters. It can now take up to five months to get some types of exam tables, for instance …

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    Penn State Health to open 110-bed hospital on Oct. 1
     Penn State Health (Hershey, PA) plans to open 110-bed Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center (Enola, PA) on October 1. The 300,000-square-foot hospital will have an emergency department, imaging and lab services, various specialty inpatient services, women’s health, labor and delivery (opening later this year), and complete medical and surgical …

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    Hatch Medical, Syncro Medical Innovations partner to commercialize advanced Gabriel Feeding Tube
     Hatch Medical, LLC (Santa Rosa Beach, FL) announced it has entered into an exclusive brokerage relationship with Syncro Medical Innovations, Inc. and physician inventor, Sabry Gabriel, MD, to represent their innovative feeding tube technology. The Gabriel Feeding Tube with Balloon (GFTB) was developed by Dr. Sabry Gabriel, with $3 million of …

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    Weird News: 10-foot-wide house in Boston sells for $1.25 Million
     Dubbed “The Skinny House” by the real estate agency, a 10-foot wide house in Boston has sold for $1.25 million. Located in the Boston’s historic North End neighborhood, the 1,165 square-foot, 2-bedroom 1-bath home was built in 1890, according to city tax records (though some accounts say 1862). Sachs says they had a handful of offers. They sold to a local family of four who offered more than the $1.2 million list price.
    The house is a frequent tourist spot, seen along the Freedom Trail in Boston. Mary McGee, who lives across the street and has been in the North End for over 40 years, told NPR’s Morning Edition that locals know the house as the "Narrow House" or more commonly as "The Spite House."
    The legend is that two brothers inherited the land some time around the Civil War. One of them went away to fight and came home to find that the other brother had built a house bigger than his share of the land. So the returning soldier built 
    a skinny house in the only space left. "That other brother, to spite him, built the house there to block off entry" to the bigger house, McGee says. 
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    JHC - Women Leaders in Supply Chain
     The Journal of Healthcare Contracting is celebrating the people in supply chain. Earlier this year, we recognized “Ten People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting.” In our December issue, we are featuring Women Leaders in Supply Chain.

    We need your help identifying innovative, energetic women who are instrumental in helping their organizations provide excellent care to as many people as possible – as cost-effectively as possible. You know who they are. Let us know!
    Email JHC Editor Graham Garrison at ggarrison@sharemovingmedia.com (subject line: “Women Leaders”) with the following information:
    • Her name/title/healthcare organization
    • An explanation (150 words) why this person is a leader we should know about
    • Your name/title/healthcare organization or company
    • Your contact info (email, phone)
    Deadline for nominations: October 5, 2021
     
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