Facebook exec heads into mobile health; Physician mobility has its good and bad sides, report says;

> The American Medical Association has chosen 10 finalists in its 2011 AMA app challenge, including apps for physician disaster prep, custom flashcards for health data, clinical diagnostic games, and more. Website

> Check out Healthcare Informatics' comprehensive report on increasing physician mobility. Article

> Syracuse University students just built a wireless grid to allow different mobile platforms to talk to one another. It could be an exciting development for hospitals with a device-agnostic mobile strategy. Article

> New York mHealth startup Wellness Integrated Network has ambitious plans to connect healthcare providers, employers, patients, grocery stores, restaurants and more. Article

> Here's an interesting look at how one publication tested the underpinnings of the Department of Defense's push toward telehealth/mobile in the military. Article

> Philippines-based Novatas City is trying out a new mobile-enabled, telehealth-fed electronic medical record with the University of Philippines. It's an intriguing move for a municipality. Article

> Epocrates snagged big-name mobile exec Eric Tseng from Facebook, who also served as a lead product manager at Google, where he helped launch the company's Android operating system. Announcement

And Finally... Um, yuck? Article

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