Pfizer experts on Epocrates iPhone app; American Diversified Holdings to develop medical apps;

> Epocrates has agreed to offer mobile access via the Epocrates iPhone app to the Pfizer Medical Information Group so health providers can find answers to drug-specific questions and report adverse events. Press release

> Another week, another new entry to the mobile health field. American Diversified Holdings Corp., Del Mar, Calif., says it will develop apps for the iPhone, iPad, Android and other mobile operating systems to help healthcare professionals monitor patients. Press release

> Hospital purchasing cooperative VHA has added mobile web access to its Leading Practices Portal benchmarking tool. Press release

> Worksite self-assessment software developer Computerized Screening is teaming up with telemedicine provider Consult A Doctor to offer a platform to payers and employers for aggregating telemedicine, telehealth and consumer health information. Press release

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