Cancer Network puts treatment guidelines on iPhone, Android; Walgreens to text Rx customers;

> The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has released iPhone and Android apps of its Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology. Press release

> Walgreens has begun offering text alerts when prescriptions are ready for pick-up and also has updated its iPhone app for consumers. Article

> Diversinet has settled a licensing agreement with the defunct AllOne Mobile division of AllOne Health Group, allowing Toronto-based Diversinet to market its own mobile health apps. Article

> WellPoint will offer American Well telehealth services to an unspecified number of its 33 million plan members. Article

> NoMoreClipboard.com, Fort Wayne, Ind., is partnering with cellular carriers in Washington, D.C., to offer its personal health record to low-income diabetics. Press release

And Finally... Let's celebrate the summer solstice with...snowballs? Article

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