Americans still behind health reform; Wireless tech needed to improve med adherence;

> Despite the ups and downs inherent in the health reform process, Americans have largely stayed behind President Obama, according to a new study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Article

> A new report suggests that healthcare providers need to implement wireless technologies like smartphone apps, smart pill bottles and wireless point-of-care testing to boost medication adherence substantially. FierceMobileHealthcare

> Brigham and Women's Hospital has received a $3.4 million grant to offer face transplants for veterans who have been severely deformed by war injuries. Article

> Here's a look at the five fiercest health IT stories of the last decade, by Neil Versel of sister publication FierceHealthIT. Article

And Finally... This guy's money-making scheme may be whacked, but you've got to admire his guts. Article

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