Joint Commission investigates delay in hospital's reporting of child porn on a computer; A smartphone app for schizophrenics;

> The Joint Commission says it will investigate a complaint that University of Michigan officials waited six months before reporting to police that child porn was found on a hospital computer, according to AnnArbor.com. In May, a resident physician reported she found child porn on a thumb drive that was left in a computer in the Pediatric Emergency Department at University of Michigan Hospital. She told her supervisors, hospital security and the Office of the General Counsel, but officials didn't report it to police for six months. Article

> The Southeastern Pennsylvania Health Information Organization, a collaboration among area hospitals and insurers, is looking to the state to help fund a proposed $7.2 million regional health information exchange, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal. Article

> A smartphone app could help schizophrenic patients filter out "inner noise" such as voices. The app plays a different sounds in each ear, allowing the patient to practice hearing one while blocking out the other, according to an article published in Science Daily. Article

And Finally... He was just resting his eyes. Article

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