Hospitals rocked by study saying RFID causes equipment failures; Pharmas rate lower than Big Oil with public;

> A new study appearing in JAMA suggesting that RFID tags may disrupt the functioning of critical equipment has rocked the hospital world. FierceHealthIT

> Consumer perceptions of pharmaceutical companies have fallen again. Pharmacos now rate lower with the public than Big Oil and above only tobacco companies. FiercePharma

> A group of the key players in the personal health record world--including Microsoft and Google--have come together on a standard for PHRs. FierceHealthIT

> Sanofi-Aventis has budgeted $6 billion over the next eight years to meet the growing worldwide demand for vaccines. FierceVaccines

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