EMRs that display lab charges can reduce test costs; iPad EMR debuts;

> EMRs that display the charges associated with various tests are likely reduce laboratory costs, Kaiser Health News reports. FierceHealthcare

> New York-based Dr. Chrono claims to have the first EMR specifically designed for the new Apple iPad. FierceMobileHealthcare

> MeridianEMR, a Livingston, N.J., vendor serving urological and surgical practices, has introduced an EMR that's native to the iPhone. Press release

> St. Louis-based EMR vendor ClearPractice has hired Dr. Gary Ferguson as president and CEO. Press release

> Health information exchange in sparsely populated central Ontario has cut the time for delivering hospital reports to doctors from three days down to three seconds. Article

> Athenahealth is the latest vendor to launch its blog, and posts aren't just from highly quotable CEO Jonathan Bush. Blog

And Finally... We're not marriage counselors, but perhaps this wasn't the best way for this man to proceed. Article

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