Owens & Minor Forecasts Charges From Canceled Columbia/HCA Contract
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryPreliminary estimates by Owens & Minor on the bottom-line impact of a canceled medical/surgical product supply contract with Columbia/HCA are $1.5-2.0 mil. in 1998 and $3-4 mil. in 1999.
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