Doctors, med students love their smartphones; VA using EMR to compare treatment outcomes;

> It's becoming a fact of life: Physicians and med students are increasingly dependent on their smartphones in diagnosing and treating patients. FierceMobileHealthcare

> The VA plans to mine its electronic medical record to study what treatments work best for PTSD and MRSA infections. FierceHealthIT

> So why are so many old drugs abandoned when they may as effective as newer ones? A psychiatrist discusses this age-old question in a New York Times article today. FiercePharma

> The swine flu outbreak has been nasty, but looked at another way, it could be a big PR boost for pharma marketers if they manage to meet demand for vaccines. FierceVaccines

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