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Here are some of the top stories in mobile health that we’ve been monitoring in recent days. Infographic: How Are Healthcare Providers Using Health IT and EHRs? Baylor College of Medicine researchers believe that mobile sensor technology could prove instrumental in helping recovering drug addicts stay clean. On Wednesday, Google formally unveiled its long-awaited Spotify competitor dubbed “All Access.” Similar to industry leading and popular music services Spotify and Pandora, Google’s All Access has some major names to compete with… but Apple still isn’t one of them. Nearly one-half million U.S. Cellular customers are at a crossroads. By summer’s end, at least 420,000 subscribers across the Midwest will be in need of a mobile network. After an exhaustive and protracted testing phase, the U.S. Department of Defense finally awarded security clearance to Apple’s iPhone and iPad on Friday. The smartphone shootout for supremacy has been won among local Los Angeles, California law enforcement. Official word came this week that the OfferHubb mobile advertising platform has been opened to final testing from the company’s thousands of sales affiliates. Developers were excited by no shortage of announcements made this week at Google I/O, not the least of which was the unveiling of the new Google Wallet Instant Buy Android API. Facebook isn’t the only company that can pay upwards of $1 billion to acquire a hot digital property. Google is sprucing up its market-leading mobile ad network, AdMob. “We want AdMob to open up opportunities for many more app developers worldwide to help them build successful businesses,” Google announced. For weeks now we’ve heard rumblings about the mysterious new business venture undertaken by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.