Intermountain adopts RFID for lab specimens; transcription for the iPhone;

> Utah's Intermountain Health Care has installed RFID technology to help improve the collection, delivery and transfer of laboratory specimens. Article summary

> A new, mobile dictation-and-transcription app is available for the iPhone. Video

> Ethiopian health officials are taking the occasion of the Coptic calendar's new year to text all 2.5 million of the country's mobile users about getting tested for HIV. Article

> Among the winners of the Wall Street Journal's 2009 Technology Innovation Awards is a mobile public health surveillance tool from a U.S. nonprofit. Article

> Our sister publication FierceMobileContent has chosen its top 10 mobile applications for 2009. FierceMobileContent

And Finally... Don't feel like reading all 1,007 pages of the healthcare reform bill? Just block out 24 hours and have others read it to you. Article

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