Medicare expands telehealth to cover stop-smoking sessions; New touchscreen allows blind to 'see';

> Medicare has adjusted its physician fee schedule to cover telehealth-enabled sessions for smoking cessation. Federal Register

> A new touchscreen technology may allow patients with eye problems, even blindness, to "see" their screen. Article

> Some of healthcare's heaviest users--"pre-seniors" between 55 and 64 years of age--are snapping up smartphones. Still think it's not yet time to solidify your mobile strategy? Article

> Hospitals are using RFID in a whole cadre of new ways, according to a small survey conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Article

> X Prize tricorder contestant Scanadu just secured a hefty $2 million to develop its Star-Trek-level technology, and possibly win the $10 million top prize in the contest. Article

> GMSA is inviting university students around the world to take a whack at health apps. Announcement

> Mobile marketing may reach a tipping point in 2012, according to recent research. See if your mobile marketing strategy is positioned for success. Article

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