J&J steps up quantified self offering; Cartagenia bags $6M to commercialize software;

> Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) got deeper into the gamification of health with a quantified self app. Article

> Cartagenia raised $5.9 million to speed commercialization of its data interpretation and sharing software. Release

> Teva ($TEVA) began replacing its existing CRM system with Veeva Systems' ($VEEV) offering. News

> The Stanford School of Medicine inked a deal to use SAP HANA for genomics research. Post

> The FDA cleared its backlog of paper adverse event reports by adding data entry staff. Note

> Appistry introduced a cloud-based service to help physicians access lab-developed tests. Item

> Private equity shop Inflexion reportedly wants to sell eTMF-specialist Phlexglobal. News

> Elsevier tried to bolster its adverse event monitoring offering by connecting two of its tools. Post

> PHT rolled out an electronic data collection device for central nervous system trials. Item

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