Epocrates tops 100K iPhone users; Consumers seem interested in remote monitoring;

> Responding to popular demand seems to have paid off for Epocrates, as more than 100,000 physicians now use the company's software on the iPhone. Press release

> A "virtual hearing aid" is among the first user-created iPhone applications from The App Incubator. Press release

> A survey suggests that nearly 75 percent of consumers would be willing to try remote monitoring and telemedicine services. FierceHealthIT

> Patient satisfaction approached 100 percent in a telemedicine trial in Scotland. Article

And Finally... Great, more tensions between the UK and Ireland. Article

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