ALSO NOTED: Wireless "white spaces" could disrupt care; MA hopes "medical homes" catch on; and much more...

> With telecommunications industry pressure mounting to put them to use, technology vendors and engineering groups are fighting what they say is a critical battle to protect so-called "white spaces" in the wireless spectrum. FierceHealthIT

> The FDA is warning doctors again that organ-transplant drugs CellCept (from Roche) and Myfortic (Novartis) have been linked to miscarriages and birth defects when taken by pregnant women. FiercePharma

> In Somerville, MA, Union Square hopes that its "medical home" model of efficient care will catch on. The plan aims to make it easier for patients to get access to care when and where they need it. Article

> Several medical centers are taking a different approach to dealing with their mistakes--apologizing. Article

And Finally... Video games aren't just for couch potatoes anymore. Article

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