NaviNet, Prematics to deliver payer data to clinicians on smartphones; iPad medical cart debuts;

> Healthcare communications services company NaviNet and e-prescribing vendor Prematics are partnering to deliver administrative, clinical and financial data from major health plans to physicians on mobile devices. Press release

> Portland, Ore.-based Modo has introduced what the company says is the first medical cart designed specifically for the iPad. Article

> Prematics also announced that it is offering its Care Communication suite for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Press release

> Hospitals in the hotly competitive Nashville, Tenn., market are spending big bucks on mobile versions of their websites. Article

> Mobile Armor, a St. Louis-based data security firm, will integrate data encryption technology into the Panasonic Toughbook H1 Health mobile clinical assistant and other Toughbook models. Press release

> French mobile telecommunications carrier Orange has introduced Health Gateway, a healthcare-specific mobile messaging service, in conjunction with UK-based iPlato. Article

And Finally... Sometimes social networking works too well. Article

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