Hazelden to study texting for addiction treatment; iPhone app unifies communication for docs;

> The Hazelden Foundation is teaming with mobile healthcare software developer LifeWire and outpatient mental health provider the Banyan Group to study the effectiveness of text messaging in supporting drug and alcohol addiction treatment. Press release

> Mobile communications firm PerfectServe has introduced PerfectServe Clinician, an iPhone app that gives physicians control over communications with colleagues, patients and hospitals. Press release

> Novo Nordisk now offers an app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that lets physicians look up dosing guidelines and other data on the company's insulin and diabetes-care products. Article

> Home nursing provider Alere Health will sell smartphone-based AirStrip OB remote fetal monitoring software to its customers under a new marketing agreement with AirStrip Technologies. Press release

And Finally... Don't expect to see Lady Gaga at any mobile health industry events anytime soon. Article

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