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January 27, 2023

Friday

  • Equipment PRIDE: Five steps to the Good Life
  • FBI takes down Hive ransomware
  • FDA approves Abbott's spinal cord stimulation for people with living diabetic peripheral neuropathy
  • Retailers support heart health through American Heart Month campaign
  • Vote now for the Excellence in Sales award!
  • UPMC backs Smile Digital Health in $30M investment round
  • Gartner releases Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking
  • Weird News: Company offers $1,000 to eat cheese before bed
  • Connect with your Customers!
  • Friday
    Equipment PRIDE: Five steps to the Good Life
     Money can’t buy you love, but it sure does make it easier to have fun. And while disposable, consumable, and pharmaceutical products do a nice job of bringing in enough commission/bonus to pay the mortgage and spend a cozy lake weekend at the Super 8 each year, don’t forget it’s capital equipment sales that help you step up your entertainment/vacation game. …

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    FBI takes down Hive ransomware
     The FBI has infiltrated and dismantled Hive, a notorious ransomware group that has targeted hospitals across the country. The Hive gang used a ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model to attack organizations, with administrators developing ransomware strains and easy-to-use interfaces before recruiting affiliates who then access and encrypt victims’ networks …

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    FDA approves Abbott's spinal cord stimulation for people with living diabetic peripheral neuropathy
     Abbott announced that the FDA has approved its Proclaim™ XR spinal cord stimulation (SCS) system to treat painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN), a debilitating complication of diabetes. The Proclaim XR SCS system can provide relief to DPN patients in need of alternatives to traditional treatment approaches, such as oral medication. People who …

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    Retailers support heart health through American Heart Month campaign
     This February during American Heart Month, the American Heart Association, devoted to a world of healthier lives for all, is teaming up with major brands around the country for the Life is Why™ campaign, a cause marketing movement supporting the Association’s life-saving heart and brain health mission. The Life is Why campaign inspires consumers to …

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    Vote now for the Excellence in Sales award!
     Repertoire Magazine will present the industry’s most prestigious sales awards at the Medical Distribution Hall of Fame Dinner in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday, April 20, 2023.

    The 2023 Excellence in Sales awards will be presented to both a top-performing Distributor sales rep and Manufacturer sales rep.

    The deadline for the nominations is Tuesday, February 28, 2023. Distributor reps may only nominate manufacturer reps and vice versa.

    Click here to vote today!

     

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    UPMC backs Smile Digital Health in $30M investment round
     Smile Digital Health, a leading FHIR® health data fabric and exchange solutions provider, announced the closing of approximately $30 million in Series B growth capital led by existing investors including UPMC Enterprises. Smile's HDF platform uses industry-leading HDF architecture and ONC-compliant, event-driven FHIR APIs to allow …

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    Gartner releases Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking
     Cleveland Clinic was named the top supply chain in the annual Gartner Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking. Banner Health, Corewell Health (formerly Spectrum Health/BHSH), Advocate Aurora Health and Ochsner Health rounded out the Top 5 Gartner’s ranking, now in its 14th year, focuses on U.S.-based health systems and includes an environmental, social and governance (ESG) measure for the first time ...

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    Weird News: Company offers $1,000 to eat cheese before bed
     A mattress-reviewing website is seeking study participants willing to get paid $1,000 to eat cheese snacks before going to sleep.

    Sleep Junkie announced it is seeking five "dairy dreamers" for a study that seeks to address the commonly held belief that consuming cheese or other dairy products before bed leads to nightmares.

    "We also want to look at, if this is true, do different cheeses have more of an effect than others?" the company's post states.

    The five chosen dairy dreamers will be asked to track their sleep and provide written evaluations of their sleep quality, energy level throughout the day and reports on dreams and nightmares after consuming various cheese products before going to sleep.

    "We're also aware that it isn't just nightmares that can play havoc on a good night's sleep so we wanted to see if there was a link between the different types of cheese and other symptoms that can leave you feeling unrested," Sleep Junkie spokeswoman Dorothy Chambers said in the announcement.

    The study will last for three months. Applications are being accepted through Feb. 10.

    Source: UPI

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