GlowCaps now available via Amazon; Telcare raises nearly $4.5 million;

> Vitality, maker of the AT&T wirelessly connected GlowCaps, which help patients remember to take their medication regularly, announced that the "intelligent pill caps" now will be available on Amazon for $10 per cap. Press release

> Bethesda, Md.-based Telcare, whose focus is creating chronic disease management technology, recently raised $4.46 million out of a targeted $5 million, according to SEC filings, reports Healthcare IT News. Article

> Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has asked its members not to use the Bayonne Medical Center because the hospital charges "exorbitantly high" fees. FierceHealthPayer

> House Republicans hope to make good on a campaign promise to undo the healthcare reform law by scheduling an early vote to repeal it before President Obama's State of the Union address in late January. FierceHealthcare

And Finally... Say it ain't so...no more "pints"? Article

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