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Expanded Marketplace News

A multidisciplinary journal that advances medical knowledge to achieve best patient outcomes through clinical research, legislative updates, reimbursement issues, facility administration, disease state updates, therapeutics and diagnostic tools.

BioSupply Trends Quarterly is a publication of FFF Enterprises, Inc., the nation’s most trusted distributor of plasma products, vaccines and critical-care biopharmaceuticals. In addition to its biopharmaceutical distribution business, FFF has been a publisher since March of 2006 when its first publication, IG Living, was launched. IG Living was created as a comprehensive resource for immune globulin patients and their healthcare providers. (

BioSupply Trends Quarterly was launched in July 2009 in response to the positive feedback from customers and industry professionals regarding the award winning BioSupply Trends monthly eNewsletter. This industry publication has been created as an expanded resource for up-to-date news, trends, perspectives and leading indicators, with valuable and timely information, insights and resources in each themed issue.

Meet Our Team

Ronale Tucker Rhodes, BSTQ Editor-in-Chief

Ronale Tucker Rhodes
Senior Editor-in-Chief

Rachel Maier, BSTQ Associate Editor

Rachel Maier
Associate Editor

Allan Bean, BSTQ Art Director

Allan Bean
Art Director


BSTQ is an Industry Award-Winning Journal

Since its debut in 2009, BioSupply Trends Quarterly’s articles have been recognized by some of the industry’s most prominent organizations, earning platinum and gold awards.

Contributing Writers

Keith Berman

Keith Berman, MPH, MBA, is the founder of Health Research Associates, providing reimbursement consulting, business development and market research services to biopharmaceutical, blood product and medical device manufacturers and suppliers. He also serves as editor of International Blood/Plasma News, a blood products industry newsletter.

Bonnie Kirschenbaum

Bonnie Kirschenbaum, MS, FASHP, FCSHP, is a freelance healthcare consultant with senior management experience in both the pharmaceutical industry and the pharmacy section of large corporate healthcare organizations and teaching hospitals. She has an interest in reimbursement issues and in using technology to solve them. Kirschenbaum is a recognized industry leader in forging effective alliances among hospitals, physicians, pharmaceutical companies and distributors and has written and spoken extensively in these areas.

E. Richard Stiehm

E. Richard Stiehm, MD, is professor of pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Bob Geng

Bob Geng, MD, MA, studied medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where he also completed his residency training in internal medicine. He is currently an assistant professor in allergy and immunology at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Geng received his bachelor’s and Master of Arts degrees in Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.