Study looks at health monitoring technology for seniors; AeroScout looks to improve patient flow;

> Seniors in Florida ages 75 to 85 are participating in a study by using an advanced wireless telehealth monitoring system to record and transmit their heart rates, blood pressure, blood oxygenation (O2 Sat), weight, location and activity patterns. The system was created by AFrame Digital, Inc., Reston, Va. Press release

> AeroScout, a provider of unified asset visibility for the healthcare industry, announced a Wi-Fi RFID tag with embedded ultrasound technology, as well as a battery-powered exciter and several patient flow application enhancements to help improve patient flow. Press release

> A new application from point-of-care communication technology company Voalte will allow nurses and clinical workers to send and receive text messages, make voice calls and receive critical alarms all on BlackBerry smartphones. Press release

And Finally... Looks like this goat made a run for the border--literally. Article

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