Precision Medicine

HIMSS Precision Medicine Summit
By Healthcare IT News 08:53 am January 30, 2018
If your organization has begun the migration and has a success story to share, or you have expert insights into what’s required, you’re the perfect speaker for this event.
Ultrasound technology kills cancer cells
By Bernie Monegain 01:07 pm January 29, 2018
Researchers say the approach breaks new ground in treating cancer non-invasively and with unprecedented precision.
genome editing
By Susan Morse 04:04 pm January 24, 2018
Somatic Cell Genome Editing is aimed at speeding up the time it takes for technology to be used in treatment.
genomic security

Thomas Kubisiak, MD, is a researcher at the Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute at the University of Michigan.

By Bill Siwicki 10:18 am January 24, 2018
A researcher at University of Michigan explains how his labs and provider organizations keep massive amounts of patient genomic data secure.
CRISPR
By Bill Siwicki 02:13 pm January 22, 2018
The gene, Klotho, has potential therapeutic effects in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's as well as multiple sclerosis, kidney disease, certain cancers and others.
precision medicine bundled payments

Hackensack Meridian Health physicians Stuart Goldberg (left) and Andrew Pecora are hosting a HIMSS18 session, “Precise Disease Classification Optimizes Bundled Payments” on March 7.

By Susan Morse 11:42 am January 22, 2018
HIMSS18 presenters explain how Hackensack Meridian matches precision payment to precision medicine with an innovative approach to create ‘lanes of care’ that determine efficacy in terms of both cost and outcomes.
Change Healthcare buys National Decision Support Company
By Tom Sullivan 10:23 am January 18, 2018
The vendor will add cloud computing services for evidence-based medicine to its portfolio.

Photo courtesy of eClinicalWorks

By Tom Sullivan 10:15 am January 18, 2018
The cloud-based electronic health record vendor will be showing new features and functionalities that CEO Girish Navani says make the software smarter so it helps doctors.
Direct to consumer genetic testing
By Mike Miliard 03:16 pm January 15, 2018
A growth projection of 25.6 percent by 2022 is expected, says new Kalorama report, and so are changes in the doctor-patient relationship.
Cher sues Soon-Shiong
By Jessica Davis 12:27 pm January 10, 2018
The iconic entertainer claims the biotech mogul lied to the LA Times about knowing she was a stakeholder in Altor Biosciences.

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