Nuance, Voicebrook join forces; Seattle health system joins genomics effort;

> Clinical documentation services company Nuance Communications is teaming up with speech recognition company Voicebrook to provide speech-enabled reporting solutions for anatomic pathology laboratories, the companies announced this week. Announcement

> Bellevue, Wash.-based community health system Peace Health has joined the Seattle-based P4 Medicine Institute's effort to use genomics technology to predict and prevent disease, according to a P4Mi announcement. PeaceHealth joins Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in the P4 Medicine consortium. Announcement

> Several victims in last fall's TRICARE data breach have reported they also are the victims of financial fraud, Nextgov reports. Several victims have reported unauthorized charges made to their credit cards, as well as unauthorized withdrawals from bank accounts. Article

> The New England Journal of Medicine this week announced the launching of its iPad edition. Post

And Finally... Sounds like this kid has the magic touch. Article

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