Reflexion Health raises $4.25M from West Health; ONC launches challenge to make EHRs more readable;

> San Diego-based health technology startup Reflexion Health raised $4.25 million from the West Health Investment Fund for its Rehabilitation Tracker program, MedCity News reports. The program uses Microsoft Kinect software that can be tracked by doctors and physical therapists, and provides exercises and instructional videos for patients. Article

> The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT announced a new challenge this week for software developers to make electronic health records more readable, Health Data Management reports. Developers also are tasked with making it easier for patients to download their EHR records. Article

> University Health System in San Antonio is using a new electronic messaging system geared toward improving follow-up care for babies born at University Hospital, the San Antonio Business Journal reports. The system--dubbed Newborn Admission Notification Information--provides a means of secure communication between the hospital and the state's department of health. Article

And Finally… Happy Halloween! You'll make a fine meal. Article

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