ONC launches cancer app challenge; Nokia moving into mHealth;

> The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT just launched its first cancer app challenge. Article

> Electronic giant Nokia is trying its hand at app development, including health apps. Article

> A rural Arizona hospital uses telehealth to replace a host of specialists and boost its bottom line. Article

> The Philippine government is getting onboard the telehealth train, and ultimately wants to create an electronic database of patient's medical records to share with rural health units and government hospitals. Article

> The New York Times slammed Epocrates for what it sees as a dangerous pharma-ad connection in its drug information app. Article

> Mobile vendor Vocera is ramping up for a major IPO. Article

And Finally... Sounds kind of stressful if you ask me. Article

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