Mayo Clinic's Eising talks mobile strategy; Hypercom accelerates initiative for high security e-Health systems;

> Mayo Clinic is working to move many of its online services to mobile platforms. Interview

> Though the allure of the title may get lost in translation, the idea seems intriguing. Seven companies and a Japanese university have joined to form the Consortium for Development of Medical Information and Telecommunication System in Mobile Environment. Article

> The latest iteration of the Samsung Jitterbug phone offers 24/7 access to nursing advice--for a fee. Review

> Arizona-based Hypercom has won Germany's approval for its medMobile electronic health card system. Press release

And Finally... Beware of "cell phone elbow." Article

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