Health lessons from Europe; Mytrak Health System introduces mobile version of SuccessCoach;

> A Time magazine feature looks at various health lessons the U.S. could learn from Europe, and highlights a hospital in Denmark where clinicians have traded in their clipboards for PDAs and other wireless handheld computers. Story

> TCS Healthcare Technologies, of Auburn, CA, has added an interactive text messaging application and interface to its existing care management software platform. Canadian mobile communications and health IT firm Life: WIRE is providing the underlying technology. Press release

> Mytrak Health System, a fitness-focused health technology company, has introduced a mobile version of its SuccessCoach "personalized health and fitness coach." Article

> French telecoms Orange and Alcatel-Lucent have agreed to work together on e-health technologies, including remote home monitoring for elderly patients. Press release

And Finally... This is the kind of mobile healthcare that will have teenagers--and perhaps more than a few adults--snickering. Blog post

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