California hospital wins RFID award; New site streams medical video to smartphones;

> The new Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, Calif., has won an innovation award from RFID Journal for its RFID implementation. Press release

> A start-up called MDiTV is streaming video on medical topics to smartphones and other mobile devices. Blog

> The bloggers at 3G Doctor have compiled a list of key mobile healthcare players in the U.S. market. Blog

> Kaweah Delta Health Care District in Visalia, Calif., will deploy 100 iPads, outfitted as virtual desktops, to healthcare workers within the next two months. Article

> Patient Care Technology Systems, Charlotte, N.C., developer of healthcare software for wireless networks, has promoted Chris Dolan to the position of director of RTLS solutions. Press release

> Mobile software vendor for supply-chain management Airclic, has a new product for managing medical specimens as they travel from patient to clinic to lab. Press release

> Canadian regulators have approved an iPhone app for viewing and manipulating 3-D medical images. Article

And Finally... At least Van Gogh never had a criminal record. Article

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