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

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