New mobile EMR for behavioral health; Awards to honor mobile nursing innovation;

> JAG Products, a developer of software for behavioral health facilities, has introduced an EMR for mobile devices. Press release

> The mHealth Initiative and the newly established Brandman University School of Nursing and Health Professions, Irvine, Calif., have announced an awards program to honor nursing innovation with mobile technology. Website

> Motion Computing introduced the C5v Mobile Clinical Assistant, featuring extended battery life and an Intel Core vPro processor. Press release

> White Plains (N.Y.) Hospital Center has adopted the Lifenet STEMI system from device-maker Physio-Control, allowing the ED and cath lab to receive 12-lead EKG readings wirelessly from paramedics in the field. Press release

> On Wednesday, the Swedish Embassy in Washington and the AARP are hosting a conference on home-care technology. Website

And Finally... Hate hearing people yapping away on their cell phones in public spaces? Here's why. Article

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