U.K. hospital to train surgeons using Wii technology; Prior authorization startup's growth skyrockets;

> Technology similar to what is used in Nintendo Wii remote controls will soon serve as training devices for surgeons at Lincoln County Hospital in the U.K., This Is Lincolnshire reports. A sensor helps to translate any motions made on-screen in 3D. In addition, all motions are stored on a computer program for easy review. Article

> CoverMyMeds, a Twinsburg, Ohio-based health technology startup that focuses on easing the prior authorization process for providers, is up to 330,000 physician users, from 130,000 last September, MedCity News reports. Article

> Sixty-four percent of responding health IT executives listed managing patient data as their top priority for 2012, according to InformationWeek's Healthcare IT Priorities Survey, unveiled earlier this week. Meeting regulatory requirements was the second biggest priority among respondents at 61 percent. Article

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