60 apply for Center for Technology and Aging remote-monitoring grants; Study shows that dads get postpartum depression;

> The Center for Technology and Aging, Oakland, Calif., says it has received 60 applications for a planned $500,000 in grants to demonstrate how remote patient monitoring technologies can reduce healthcare costs and lower disease acuity for older adults. The Oakland, Calif.-based center will make five grants of up to $100,000 each, mostly within California. FierceMobileHealthcare

> Stress and lack of sleep can lead to postpartum depression, not only in women, but also in men, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Article

> Less than three years after going public in 2007 with a $68 million IPO, Providence Equity Partners has purchased Minnesota-based Virtual Radiologic for $294 million, or $17.25 per share. Virtual is in the business of teleradiology, which allows radiologists around the country to connect and interpret imaging data. FierceMedicalDevices

And Finally... I think the money's already been spent. Article

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