'Most Wireless' hospitals named; Wireless devices can run for years on new Bluetooth standard;

> Hospitals & Health Networks has named its 25 "Most Wireless" organizations for 2010. List (.pdf)

> The newly approved Bluetooth 4.0 standard requires so little power that wireless healthcare devices could run for years without recharging. FierceCIO: TechWatch

> Research in Motion is preparing to launch a BlackBerry tablet to challenge the Apple iPad. FierceMobileIT

> The Mobile Health Connectivity conference is set for Oct. 25-27 in Chicago. Website

> AMD Global Telemedicine, Chelmsford, Mass., has introduced a Web 2.0 telemedicine device aggregator that runs independently of videoconferencing networks. Press release

> Minnesota-based integrated delivery network and HMO HealthPartners has licensed the MobiSecure communications platform from Diversinet to help connect members to care managers. Press release

And Finally... Final exam for the radiology rotation: Make a diagnosis with a straight face. Article

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