Nursing assistant banned from social networks for posting patient pic to Facebook; Nintendo Wii controllers assist in diagnosis;

> A nursing assistant in Portland, Ore., served an eight-day jail sentence and has been banned from using any social media sites after posting pictures of a dying patient on Facebook last September, the New York Daily News reports. In addition, Nai Mai ChaoChao--who also must write a 1,000-word letter of apology for her actions--now appears on a national database that will prevent her from obtaining a nursing license in any state. Article

> Nintendo Wii game controllers assisted in the diagnosis of a head-based medical condition in which a patient will tilt his or her head to a certain side due to eye pathology issues, Medgadget reports. Researchers from the Seoul National University Medical College of Medicine in South Korea published their findings in the journal Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences. Article

> Dean Marketti, a former senior director at Blue Cross Blue Shield and system vice president/CIO for Mokena, Ill.-bsaed Provena Health, was named CIO at Morris (Ill.) Hospital & Healthcare Centers, the Morris Daily Herald reports. Article

> National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari, M.D., is featured in a Kaiser Health News/Fortune article that profiles his life dating back to his days as a "proud nerd" in high school, and also covers his time in the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Article

And Finally... Was the jug full of "hunny?" Article

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