Halo Monitoring signs Bluetooth deal; Premier contracts with four teleradiology firms;

> Continuing its gradual national rollout, Halo Monitoring has announced a partnership with A&D Medical to allow current subscribers to add weight and blood-pressure monitoring via Bluetooth. Press release

> The Premier hospital alliance has contracted with four teleradiology services companies. Press release

> In a study commissioned by Google, 59 percent of physicians who use the Internet to find health information do so on mobile devices. Article

> Houston-based InPlace Medical Solutions will provide video telemedicine services for workers on two oil rigs off the coast of Saudi Arabia. Article

> Mobile homecare software from CellTrak Technologies, a Schaumburg, Ill.-based mobile healthcare application developer, is now in use in all 13 Canadian provinces and territories. Press release

> A fledgling Northern Ireland company has won CE certification for its wireless health monitors and soon will seek FDA approval for sale in the U.S. Article

And Finally... Before there were LOLcats, there was LOLHealthIT. Why? Because Chuck Norris said so. Blog

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