Shareable Ink debuts anesthesia edition; Mobile computer maker Janam enters healthcare market;

> Shareable Ink, which makes digital pen-and-paper applications for healthcare, has introduced an anesthesia edition that extracts analytics data from paper records. Press release

> Janam Technologies, a Woodbury, N.Y.-based maker of ruggedized mobile computers with bar-code readers, is entering the healthcare market by introducing antimicrobial versions of two of its popular models. Press release

> Vocera Communications, which makes wireless communications devices for hospital environments, has acquired two companies, Clinical Health Communications and Integrated Voice Solutions. Article

> Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin will deliver a keynote at the mHealth Summit Nov. 10 in Washington, D.C., on how cell phone use in even the world's poorest countries is driving dramatic growth in mobile healthcare. Press release

> Epocrates has hired software-as-a-service veteran Dave Burlington as its chief operations officer. Press release

> CellTrak Technologies, a mobile healthcare application developer, has joined with Canadian home-care provider ParaMed Home Health Care to create a BlackBerry app for nurses to chart initial, reassessment and discharge assessments at the point of care. Press release

And Finally... Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, executive director of the UCLA Wireless Health Institute, is now a part-owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, courtesy of one Earvin "Magic" Johnson. Article

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