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Mobile Journal Watch, by Skyscape and the Massachusetts Medical Society

A mobile version of Journal Watch, the medical surveillance information news service, is the aim of partners Skyscape and the Massachusetts Medical Society. Skyscape's mobile version offers clinicians access to medical information updated weekly.  Clinicians can subscribe to Journal Watch in 13 medical specialties. The program is available on eight mobile platforms, including iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Android, BlackBerry and Palm. Release

Product information request function, by Pfizer and Epocrates

Pfizer is in league with mobile medical-apps provider Epocrates to develop the means for doctors to contact Pfizer for product information. The effort involves including a function in Epocrates applications that lets physicians call or e-mail Pfizer for additional information. Article

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