16 Sep 2021 -

GE medical reports squeeze on healthcare business

GE (General Electric) is warning investors that supply and labour shortages are squeezing its healthcare business this quarter, and that the pressure won’t likely let up in 2021, reports Medical Design & Outsourcing

“It has been a bit of a whack-a-mole game in making sure we’ve got what we need to fulfill demand at the levels we’d like to. … We’re really engaging that challenge on a daily basis,” he said earlier this week at the Morgan Stanley Laguna Conference.

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