Handheld computers used to collect blood samples;Mobile health screening program helps diagnose at-risk populations;

> A Scottish company has developed technology to help phlebotemists identify patients and collect and administer blood samples at the bedside using handheld computers and Bluetooth-enabled printers. Case study

> Motorola's corporate environmental responsibility program includes sending used cell phones to mobile health workers in Africa. Column

> Mobile health screening programs show promise in controlling hypertension among underserved, inner-city minority populations. Press release

> A new study suggests that video telemedicine could help neurologists treat transient ischemic attack as efficiently as a stroke, possibly preventing some patients from ever having a stroke. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... Dr. McCoy and the rest of the Enterprise crew were way ahead of their time. Blog

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