NIH preparing for mHealth 'summer institute' in San Diego; Telehealth projects in India abound;

> Doro has partnered with MyGlucoHealth for mobile diabetes management and Medixine for meds reminders. Brief 

> The National Institutes of Health is hosting an mHealth "summer institute" in San Diego in June, bringing together mHealth developers, federal officials, scientists and others. The goal: Explore the state of mHealth technology, and possibly develop new research projects for the industry. Overview

> India's government is tackling telemedicine with a series of new projects. Check them out, courtesy of MediaNama. Post

> Continuing our thread on overseas mHealth investment, there's a workshop in Paris just announced concerning "pervasive" remote monitoring systems. That is, small, implantable or attachable sensors that can passively collect bio-metric data on the patient for transmission back to clinicians and 24/7 monitoring. It will be held May 16-21, 2011. Website

> Surgeons are finding smartphones increasingly important to their everyday functioning--scheduling, email, messaging, etc., according to iMedicalApps. Post 

And Finally... People are getting ruder with their cell- and smartphones. But you knew that already, right? Article

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