Home health agency uses AllScripts to save $500K; Lancet goes mobile;

> PositiveID has partnered with University of Miami and Schneider Childrens Medical Center to test out its mobile glucose management system on children. Announcement

> A digital diabetes comic, connected to a smartphone app, will improve compliance with diet, exercise and medication adherance among youths, developers say. Article

> The National Cancer Institute has created a free SmokeFreeTeen mobile texting messaging program as part of the the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' efforts to develop mobile health programs. Article

> Problems with docs not stepping up to the mobile plate? Here are some tips to get them engaged in your mobile efforts. Rule No. 1: Keep it simple. Article

> A home health agency decided computers were a barrier to patient care and switched to a phone-based mobile electronic medical record, saving $500,000 a year in mileage expenses. Article

> Let your doctors know they can get Lancet articles on their smartphones now. The journal just went mobile. Announcement

And Finally... Maybe my sister will win the lottery and buy me a Gremlin! Ah, to dream. Article

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