Suit wants to stop EMR incentive payouts; U.S. DOJ on 'pay-for-delay' crackdown;

> A new lawsuit has been filed contending that the electronic medical record incentives in the stimulus law could ultimately violate patient privacy. It seeks to stop the government from paying out the billions allocated to EMR funding. FierceHealthIT

> The U.S. Department of Justice has decided that it's high time for branded drugmakers to stop paying generic firms to hold back on competing products. FiercePharma

> Wireless technologies like RFID, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth may have security holes that could expose electronic patient data and undercut efforts to boost EMR adoption, suggests a new study by researchers Frost & Sullivan. FierceMobileHealthcare

> A boost for our canine friends: The USDA has approved the first new vaccine designed to protect dogs from the H3N8 flu virus, which jumped from horses about five years ago. It's particularly lethal for canines. FierceVaccines

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