Developing nations used as testing ground for mHealth apps; Health kiosk enabled for text messaging;

> U.S. hospitals like Boston-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are turning to developing nations to test apps and mobile health devices, according to a post on The Trend Blog. Article

> A new military trial shot electronic health record data around the world in less than 60 seconds. Read the details of yet another military-facing mobile endeavor that might show up in your hospital one day. Article

> Check out this insightful blog post about the challenges (and opportunities) surrounding connectivity in the mobile health environment. Article

> Self-service medicine continues to horn in on traditional clinician duties. Health kiosk vendor AdFlow has added text messaging to its self-service health kiosks, which collect patient biometric data, like blood pressure. The idea: To be able to send messages to a kiosk's users after they've left the site. Post

> Canadian health officials say security breaches are more likely as mobile devices continue to make their way into clinicians' hands. Article

> Dell is releasing its new business-focused--rather than consumer-oriented--tablet, the Latitude ST, this week. Running a Windows OS, it'll be interesting to see how it performs against the iPad, Android Playbook and new tablet offerings from Cisco this year. Article

And Finally... To jail, this man could go. Article

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