PositiveID nets $13.8 million in financing; Kaiser debuts mobile app;

> Minnesota-based Good Samaritan Society-Home Care is studying the effectiveness of sensor/telehealth use by seniors. Article

> PositiveID has entered into strategic financings worth $13.8 million to expand its mobile diabetes, clinical diagnostics tools. Press release

> Kaiser Permanente just released its first-ever mobile app, KP Locator, which helps users to find nearby Kaiser facilities using Googl Maps. Announcement

> Azumio snagged $2.5 million from Founders Fund, Accel Partners and Felicis Ventures to expand its line of health monitor apps, which already includes Instant Heart Rate, Stress Check and Stress Doctor. Article

> Arlington, Va.-based Vangent was awarded a $9 million contract from the Department of Defense to provide 24/7 application support for the Military Health System's Defense Health Services Systems Program Executive Office. Article

And Finally... Weening a fish off of Kit Kats should be easy. It's not as if it could break itself off a piece. Article

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