T-Mobile enters mHealth with sleep tracker; Stanford University proposes new telehealth payment models;

> A new telecom giant has entered the mHealth fray: T-Mobile just debuted a near-field communication sleep tracking tool with Meridian Health and iMPak. Article

> A new Research and Markets telehealth study shows that the telehealth-enabled remote patient monitoring market is growing gangbusters. Article

> Check out this incredibly affecting story about the use of telehealth to diagnose skin disease in Africa. Article

> Federal officials are being schooled by commercial app developers on what works, and what doesn't. See what they're finding. Article

> A new Stanford University study delves into new payment methods that it says may encourage use of mobile technologies by physicians. Article

> Mobile health is leading the pack in "disruptive" technologies, a new study shows, creating in-house applications, mobile-enabled health communities and more. Article

And Finally... Superheroes are often misunderstood. Article

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