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February 11, 2013
09:43 EDTHRCFDA notes deficiencies in inspection of Hill-Rom facility
In a letter citing observations made during inspections between Oct. 29, 2012 through Jan. 1, 2013 of a Hill-Rom (HRC) facility, the FDA observed the facility's complaint handling system was inadequate, the handling of nonconformances was inadequate and the corrective and preventative action system was inadequate, among other deficiencies. The FDA noted in the document that the reported inspectional observations "do not represent a final Agency determination regarding [company] compliance." Reference Link
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09:06 EDTHRCHill-Rom named in antitrust lawsuit by University Hospital Services
Universal Hospital Services announced the filing of a lawsuit against Hill-Rom Holdings. The complaint alleges that Hill-Rom is violating federal and state antitrust laws by willfully and unlawfully engaging in a pattern of “exclusionary and predatory conduct” in order to “foreclose [market] competition.” The lawsuit, which was filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio, seeks injunctive relief and treble damages, the amount of which will be determined at trial. The company says in its complaint that it filed the lawsuit “to preserve choice” in the medical equipment rental industry and to prevent Hill-Rom “from destroying competition in the industry by engaging in a variety of anti-competitive practices that have previously been subject to an injunction and resulted in the payment of over half a billion dollars by Hill-Rom to competitors, hospitals, and healthcare providers.”
06:21 EDTHRCHill-Rom accused of 'predatory' actions in new lawsuit, NY Post says
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