ALSO NOTED: Kaiser whistleblower speaks; New rules boost EMR adoption; and much more...

> So how much downtime did Kaiser's Epic EMR actually experience? To what extent was KP's Citrix infrastructure to blame? Check out this interview with Justen Deal--and some very lively follow-up commentary--to learn more. Blog

>  If this Associated Press report is right, new rules allowing hospitals to give doctors EMR software are already boosting adoption. Article

> At least in Europe, laboratory information systems are flourishing. Release

> A primary care physician describes her frustrations in getting paper data into her EMR implementation. Blog

> If you're relying on WiFi technology to build out facility's network, you may want to look into this newly-discovered WiFi security exploit. Article

> Are viruses one of your biggest HIPAA security concerns? If you're like your colleagues, network access control devices are one of your first lines of defense, according to a new study. Release

> Vendors Perot Systems and Medicity have won a six-year contract to jointly build the Delaware Health Information Network, the Delaware's first statewide information exchange. Perot will provide the data center and Medicity the RHIO software. Release

> IT salaries--including salaries for health IT types with advanced networking skills--are moving up quickly of late. Article

> Get the dirt on a lawsuit between open source healthcare IT vendor Medsphere and the company's founders. Blog

And Finally… A top IT official with the U.K.'s National Health Service gets a public reality check from--of all people--his mom. Article

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