From Ars Technica:
Researchers say they’ve uncovered a family of Android-based malware that has compromised more than 1 million Google accounts, hundreds of them associated with enterprise users.
Gooligan, as researchers from security firm Check Point Software Technologies have dubbed the malware, has been found in at least 86 apps available in third-party marketplaces.
If you use your smart phone for patient records access or any clinical use you need to be sure it is protected from malware. The basic take away from the linked story is to beware of apps that are not approved by Android or Apple.