RFID vendor Awarepoint hires former Joint Commission boss; Cleveland Clinic focuses on telemedicine;

> Former Joint Commission President Dr. Dennis O'Leary has joined RFID vendor Awarepoint as chief strategy officer. Press release

> The Cleveland Clinic is planning a new focus on telemedicine initiatives, including eICUs and home healthcare support. FierceHealthIT

> A project in California is leaning on telemedicine to alleviate physician and nursing shortages. FierceHealthIT

> 3M has introduced a Bluetooth-enabled electronic stethoscope. Article

> Panasonic's Toughbook H1 mobile clinical assistant has been certified for use on the Verizon Wireless network. News brief

> Self Care Decisions, a developer of decision support guides for consumers, has a deal with an iPhone app developer. Press release

And Finally... Exactly how good is a tracking system if you can't even track your own system? Article

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