Telemedicine-based resuscitator wins patent; Allscripts iPhone app takes off;

> LifeBot, a company founded by inventor R. Lee Heath, has received a patent for several concepts related to a telemedicine-based resuscitator and life-support system. Blog

> More than 100 physician practices are accessing patient records via an Allscripts iPhone app. Article

> Mobile health monitoring ranks fifth on Gartner's list of 10 consumer mobile applications to watch for 2012. Article

> In a recently published study, text messaging showed promise as a way to remind people to put on sunscreen. Article

> FierceWireless lists the top-selling smartphones in the U.S. Slideshow

And Finally... We had no idea Twitter was this important. Blog

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