Brits to use Facebook for health reminders; Colorado VA telehealth clinic remaining open;

> A U.K.-based health system wants to use Facebook and texting for health reminders. Article

> Philadelphia-based St. Christopher's Hospital for Children launched its own app. Announcement

> A small study shows that healthcare workers are on the fence about using apps for work. Article

> Numera links remote monitoring to electronic health records through HealthTrio. Announcement

> Rumor debunked: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs isn't closing a Colorado telehealth clinic. Article

> Technology and the patient-centered medical home might be at odds. Article

> Amion and TigerText have partnered to connect clinician scheduling with secure texting. Announcement

> Check out the Huffington Post's take on how mobile devices are changing the way we access healthcare. Article

> Canada moves mobile glucose monitoring into home care services. Announcement

> Mobile developers need to focus more on nurses' tech needs. Article

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