No news is good news from AMA; Social media still uncharted for pharma;

> While attending the American Medical Association's annual House of Delegates meeting in Chicago, one thing that struck FierceMobileHealthcare's Neil Versel as odd was the number of resolutions related to mobile healthcare: Zero. FierceMobileHealthcare

> Drugmakers are tiptoeing cautiously into social media years after many other industries, at least in part because the FDA has yet to define the wherefores of drug marketing in this often freewheeling arena. FiercePharma

> To combat fraud and embezzlement in your organization, be aware: Women over the age of 45 are most likely to such acts. This includes everything from taking office supplies to stealing checks, according to one presenter at this week's Healthcare Financial Management Association conference. FierceHealthFinance

And Finally... The airline industry isn't doing itself any favors with incidents like these. Article

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