GE partners with Airstrip; Intuit is developing a new patient check-in module;

 

> GE partners with Airstrip to offer doctors mobile access to real-time cardiology monitoring data. Article 

> Aetna is pushing mobile tools out to college student's smartphones, in an effort to improve student health with reminders, alerts and the like. Press release 

> Vietnam is testing whether telehealth can improve healthcare access for its poorest citizens. Article 

> Intuit is developing a new patient check-in module for tablets to replace the paper check-in forms used in many physician offices. Article 

> Des Peres Hospital, St. Louis, just launched an app that allows patients to access ER wait times; a first aide guide and a mini-PHR. Press release 

> New mobile startup iRx has an intriguing marketing strategy – targeting researchers, rather than patients, as its primary customers. Article 

And finally... Vietnam is chasing more than mHealth these days...  Article

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