Germany's H'andy embeds ECG in cell phone; Panasonic invests in home health monitoring company;

> German cell-phone maker H'andy has embedded electrocardiogram sensors in a mobile phone, and is developing a new version that also can read blood pressure and body temperature. News brief

> Panasonic is moving into home health monitoring by investing in CardioNexus, a company founded by Fairway Medical Technologies, Houston. Press release

> Apple-centric EMR and practice management software developer MacPractice introduced an iPad interface, featuring e-prescribing. Press release

> Mobile clinical decision support software vendor Pepid has released the beta version of its first iPad app. Press release

> Last week's inaugural Mobile Health Expo in Las Vegas also featured the first Mobile Health Expo Awards. Press release

And Finally... How were the Chilean miners able to watch movies while trapped underground? A projector phone, of course. Article

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