Home monitoring could share in federal bounty; Fla. hospital consolidates communication on iPhone;

> A new report suggests that up to 25 percent of federal health IT stimulus money will go to broadband-enabled telemedicine and mobile services. Article

> Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Hospital has contracted with local firm Voalté to deliver voice, alarm and text communication on staffers' iPhones. Press release

> UnitedHealthcare and Arizona Physicians IPA showed off a mobile clinic loaded with audio and video telemedicine technology. Press release

> Verizon Wireless now supports OnCare by Xora software for home caregivers. Blog post

> German communication company Cinterion Wireless Modules and Dallas-based Diabetech have introduced a wireless device for home diabetes management. Press release

And Finally... This guy gives new meaning to the phrase "skeletons in the closet." Story

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