Children's Hospital at Montefiore adds telemedicine; Docs debate keyboards vs. touch screens;

> Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, N.Y., is the first customer of a telemedicine and communications partnership between Ethernet service provider Optimum Lightpath and hospital multimedia content developer GetWellNetwork. Blog

> One of our favorite health IT writers explores why physicians choose touch screens or keyboards on their smartphones. Article

> A regional health authority in England's National Health Service is considering becoming a telehealth hub to save money. Article

> The new Bluetooth version 4.0 low-energy standard, seen as enabling many mobile health devices, is "ready to roll," and will hit the market in the second quarter. Press release

And Finally... In a highly unscientific study of cute YouTube videos, cats are bigger fans of the iPad than are dogs. Article

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