ALSO NOTED: GE Healthcare makes nursing home play; LifePoint names Carpenter CEO; and much more...

> Sentillion introduced vThere, a system that allows physicians to access their work stations from home. Release

> GE Healthcare made a move into real estate, picking up 186 nursing homes from Formation Capital in a deal valued at $1.4 billion. Article

> LifePoint named William Carpenter as its president and CEO. The hospital company announced the retirement of serving CEO Kenneth Donahey. Article

> Cisco has signed a deal with University Hospitals Health System of Ohio to use its Converged IP Communications System. Release

> Colorado's Schryver Medical picks Medicity's EHR software for a five-state deployment. Release

> Duke Healthcare System is using technology developed by IBM to help manage user passwords and accounts on its electronic medical records system. Release

And Finally… America's funniest home medical devices? A man wins $400,000 after his implant goes horribly, horribly wrong and leaves him in a constant state of embarrassment. Article