Bayshore Home Health launches mobile e-charting; Apple approves iPhone app for finding legal marijuana dispensaries;

> We've reported on some of these apps before, but the Washington Post now takes a look at how smartphones are becoming first responders. Article

> Qualcomm may be abandoning its effort to develop a mobile network for people to self-monitor their health on cell phones. Article

> Canadian firm Bayshore Home Health is rolling out a mobile EMR for its nurses and other providers. Press release

> A new iPhone app can help you score some weed. If you live in a place that allows medical marijuana. And you have a prescription. Article

> The mHealth Initiative, the outgrowth of the disbanded Medical Records Institute, has announced a West Coast seminar for September. Web site

> In case you plan on being in the neighborhood, a first-time m-health conference in New Zealand, set for November, has issued a call for abstracts. Web site

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