Premier picks RFID vendor; Emergency contacts for iPhone;

> Redwood City, CA, vendor AeroScout has won an exclusive contract to provide Wi-Fi -based RFID technology to hospital purchasing alliance Premier. Press release

> Clearwave Mobile has released an app for people to store emergency contact information on their iPhones--including a low-tech way of alerting emergency workers to the presence of that data. Article

> It may not be the first place one thinks of when talking about mobile healthcare, but the parking garage at the new Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is employing ZigBee technology to help employees and visitors find available parking spaces. Article

> Expatriate health insurer Bupa International is embracing interactive and mobile technologies for patient outreach. Press release

And Finally... Some people say laughter is the best medicine, which may be true if you're uninsured. Press release

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