Watermark Medical wireless device enables sleep apnea testing; Epocrates hires EHR developer;

> A new wireless, web-enabled diagnostic device from Watermark Medical, Boca Raton, Fla., brings testing for obstructive sleep apnea out of the hospital and into the home. Article

> Epocrates has hired Dr. Tom Giannulli, creator of the iChart iPhone-based EHR, to be "an essential member of the Epocrates EHR development team." Article

> Verizon Wireless and Samsung have introduced the Samsung Haven, a simplified cell phone intended to be an emergency lifeline for senior citizens. Blog post

> CA Wireless, Coral Springs, Fla., has introduced CellSafe Hospital, a cell-phone repeater that purportedly minimizes electromagnetic interference in healthcare environments. Press release

> WhiteGlove House Call Health, which offers healthcare services to employers in several Texas metro areas, has released an iPhone app that allows members to view medical records and schedule appointments. Press release

And Finally... We have a nominee for the Darwin Awards. Article

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