Compass says mobile apps account for less than 1 percent of HIT market; Few hospitals use RFID for safety;

> Mobile applications will account for less than 1 percent of the $73.1 billion spent on health IT spending this year, Compass Intelligence reports. FierceHealthIT

> Due in part to the difficulty of calculating ROI, only 16 percent of hospitals are using RFID to promote patient safety, according to a HIMSS survey. FierceHealthcare

> Apple enthusiasts take note: Health IT vendors Aprima Medical Software and Edge EHR are teaming up to develop EMR and practice management systems specifically for the iPad, iPhone and Mac OS. Press release

> A new Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab location at an Oklahoma City truck stop features clinicians armed with iPads and telemedicine connections available for remote consultation with specialists. FierceEMR

> Humana has released the first in a planned series of iPhone-based games that promote health. Press release

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