Amazon has unveiled a virtual medical scribe at the re:Invent conference. This tool will allow doctors to dedicate more time to patients as they spend less time taking notes on a computer. The voice transcription technology is available for Amazon Web Services customers. (CNBC)

MM&M has opened nominations for the 2020 Hall of Femme and Women to Watch. These programs honor standout healthcare executives at biopharma companies, medical device and diagnostics firms and healthcare marketing, communications and media agencies. (MM&M)

Biogen’s shares have dropped due to Alzheimer’s clinical trial data set to be made public on Thursday. A Baird analyst said that the drug, aducanumab, is likely to not receive approval from the Food and Drug Administration. (MarketWatch)

Doctors have turned to TikTok to reach teens and young adults. They are using the video app to discuss vaping, birth control and medical misinformation, among other topics. One doctor with a significant following on the platform is Dr. Rose Marie Leslie, or @DrLeslie. (CNBC)

Patients expect that information disclosed at the point of care will be handled very carefully. Larry Dobrow takes a look at how network operators, marketers and office staff are working behind the scenes to meet those expectations. (MM&M)