Ala. hospital tracks hand-washing wirelessly; Voalté readies iPad communication software;

> Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala., is using wireless technology to make sure nurses wash their hands. FierceHealthcare

> Point-of-care communication technology company Voalté will have an iPad version of its flagship voice-alarm-text communication software ready as soon as Apple ships the new device. Press release

> Six pediatric ICU attending physicians at MassGeneral Hospital for Children now have videoconferencing technology in their homes so they can provide instant, live video consults while on call. Press release

> AT&T will offer Wallace Wireless paging on BlackBerry devices over cellular and Wi-Fi networks for healthcare customers. Press release

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