EMRs help prompt heart attack discovery; Intel's mobile device aimed at consumers;

> EMRs turned out to be a critical tool in research, concluding that two low-cost meds could prevent heart attacks, but that fact hasn't been widely reported. Hospital Impact

> Intel's "Mobile Clinical Assistant" technology made a showing at last week's MGMA trade show, and it seems to be focused on patient use. FierceMobileHealthcare

> It's pretty much an exercise in futility at this point, but for what it's worth, a group of state think tanks have put together an Obama reform plan alternative. FierceHealthFinance

> The first of 23 emergency departments in Orange County, Calif., has gone live on the planned statewide health information exchange. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... This guy's performance belongs in the Guinness Book of Bad Driving. Article

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