Scotland to test iPhone, iPad security in hospitals; mHealth Summit to link innovators with funders;

> Two National Health Service trusts in Scotland have commissioned an assessment of whether iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches are secure enough to be used in hospitals. Articles

> Next month's mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C., has added a session to help connect innovators in mobile health with potential investors and funding organizations. Press release

> EMR vendor Allscripts has launched Sunrise Mobile MD, an iPhone app for the former Eclipsys Sunrise Enterprise inpatient EMR and CPOE systems. Press release

> In the latest installment of "Health Tech Today," Microsoft's Dr. Bill Crounse, a former TV news correspondent, discusses Panasonic Toughbooks and the Intel Mobile Clinical Assistant platform in hospital environments. Video

> Imec, a Belgian nanotechology firm, and Dutch R&D company Holst Centre have developed an Android app for viewing electrocardiogram images. Press release

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