NLRB forces ambulance company to rewrite social media policy; Digital health market pegged to reach $5.7B by 2015;

> Take care when drafting your healthcare organization's social media policy. An overly strict approach to what your employees can or can't post online can get you in trouble, as one ambulance company learned recently. FierceHealthcare

> Mobile healthcare will be the primary driver behind massive growth in the digital health market over the next five years, according to analysis by research firm Parks Associates. The company's latest report, "Delivering Quality Care to the Digital Home: 2010 Update," puts the digital health market at $1.7 billion in 2010, and projects that to skyrocket to $5.7 billion by 2015--a whopping 27 percent increase. FierceMobileHealthcare

> The iPad is becoming increasingly popular among physicians, and because of the healthcare industry's emphasis on confidential data and its dependence on a small number of select applications, it is becoming a big challenge for IT. At Adventist Health System, which operates 44 hospitals throughout several states, numerous initiatives are underway to make the iPad an effective device for doctors. FierceCIO

And Finally... I wonder what kinds of status updates these guys are able to write. Article

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