Telecomm companies eye healthcare; Lower prices don't harm innovation;

> Telecommunications companies are starting to pay closer attention to the healthcare industry, though they're not finding it as easy to turn a profit as they'd expected. FierceMobileHealthcare

> So, pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. say that they can't be innovative unless they keep drug prices high...but a new study of lower-priced European pharmas suggests otherwise. FiercePharma

> The Cleveland Clinic has set plans to roll out some telemedicine initiatives, including remote monitoring of ICUs and home health care. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... Never, never fall asleep in the McDonald's drive through. There will be hell to pay. Article

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