New Andriod app allows for smartphone dictation; Mostashari talks EHRs with MIT;

> MD-IT iConnect, a new app from medical documentation software provider MD-IT, allows for smartphone dictation, according to an EMR Daily News post. The app is available for the Android operating system. Post

> In an interview with MIT's Technology Review, National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari talks about the push for electronic health records and the role of patients in their own healthcare. Interview

> In an insightful post on Hospital EMR and EHR, Katherine Rourke ponders whether care for her son at a pediatric ED really would have been improved if an electronic medical record had been used. Post

> A National Provider Call to explain the registration and attestation of the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs will be hosted this Friday, Sept. 9, by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, according to Health Data Management. Here's an agenda for the call. Brief

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