ClearPractice debuts iPad EMR; AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile to headline Mobile Health Summit;

> ClearPractice has introduced Nimble, what the St. Louis-based healthcare software vendor calls the first comprehensive EMR solution developed in iOS to run natively on the iPad." Blog item

> The Mobile Health Summit will open Oct. 19 with a keynote session from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile about how cellular communications companies are helping with mobile healthcare development. FierceMobileHealthcare will be on hand in Las Vegas. Press release

> The GPS Smart Shoe, a product of Los Angeles-based GTX, is a finalist in the Most Innovative Location Device category of the Locations & Beyond Summit awards, to be presented Oct. 6. Press release

> An NHS foundation in Birmingham, England, has purchased more than 100 Panasonic Toughbook CF-H1 Mobile Clinical Assistant tablet computers as part of an e-prescribing implementation. Article

> Global telecommunications industry group GSMA is taking nominations for its first-ever m-health innovation award. Website

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