Wireless carriers take their time in m-health; iPad EMR gets update after a month;

> Because of continuing questions over suitable business models in mobile healthcare, wireless carriers haven't yet made significant efforts to place their stamp on the m-health industry. FierceWireless

> Barely a month after its launch, the DrChrono.com EMR for the iPad has gotten a major update, to include support for dictation and e-prescribing. Company blog

> Capital Hospice in the Washington, D.C., area, has deployed mobile software from Schaumburg, Ill.-based vendor CellTrak Technologies to improve scheduling and management its home health workers. Press release

> A new version of Broadcom's Bluetooth for Windows software includes a new profile to connect health and medical devices. Press release

> The government of Rwanda has issued nearly 2,300 mobile phones to health workers in an effort to improve care delivery. Article

And Finally... The European Centre for Connected Health appears to be living up to its unfortunate acronym. Blog

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