Big pharmas going into genericw biz; Social Security pays for HIE connections to hospitals;

> If pay for delay deals won't hold off the onslaught of generic drugs forever, Big Pharma has a new arrow in its quiver. Now, pharma have decided to build up their own generic businesses. FiercePharma

> The Social Security Administration has set aside $24 million to exchange health data with hospitals and health information exchanges. FierceHealthIT

> Increasingly, it's looking like digital games have a real role in improving health outcomes, researcher say. FierceHealthIT

> A Stanford engineer has found a way to reduce the cost of sequencing his own genome to less than $50,000--a big price cut from the $250,000 more typical for such a procedure. FierceBiotechResearch

And Finally... I guess you can get addicted to anything, even if it gets you in dutch with the cops. Article

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