OhioHealth creates patient app focusing on women's health; Skin cancer app wins West Wireless developer challenge;

> OhioHealth has joined the legions of hospitals creating their own apps for patients. OhioHealth's focuses on women's health for now. Article

> Philadelphia-based marketing firm Mobicize recently debuted mobile-based services--clinical trial recruitment, mobile coupons, mobile-based patient education campaigns, etc.--for healthcare vendors. Press release

> Mobile diabetes management company WellDoc, was named "Outstanding Incubator Graduate Company of the Year" by the National Business Incubation Association. Announcement

> The Veterans Melanoma Early Warning System app, which alerts users to early signs of the most dangerous form of skin cancer and communicates concerns to provider for evaluation and recommendation, won the West Wireless' $10,000 developer's challenge. Announcement

> A new banking app helps patients manage healthcare spending accounts via their smartphones. Press release

And Finally... Signs No. 47 you've been chased by too many dogs in your life: You start to act like one. Article

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