Precision Medicine

state of precision medicine
By Susan Morse 11:58 am November 16, 2017
The ability to sequence the human genome to predict chronic diseases is the Star Wars part but the infrastructure to support personalized care is still in the Flintstones age.
precision medicine
By Mike Miliard 03:50 pm November 15, 2017
As genomic tests and therapies advance, proliferate and get easier to administer, the group wants payers to be more transparent about how providers can bill for them.
New precision medicine tools
By Bill Siwicki 09:42 am November 14, 2017
More and more vendors are introducing tools for specific precision medicine capabilities and that makes more work for hospital IT shops that support them.

UCSD's supercomputer center. Credit: UCSD

By Bill Siwicki 03:42 pm November 08, 2017
A prominent academic medical center, a supercomputer and a California start-up came together to determine the best regimen for a patient after doctors had tried four previous times.
NIH's All of Us

Photo: Global Panorama via Flickr.

By Dave Muoio 02:12 pm November 08, 2017
The program will distribute 10,000 Fitbit devices to a representative sample of All of Us participants for a one-year study to determine its use on a larger scale in the program.
Patrick Soon-Shiong
By Jessica Davis 12:30 pm November 06, 2017
An investigation by Politico revealed more than 100 of the reported 1,286 genetic tests sold in 2016 by NantHealth were purchased by three doctors who are on the payroll of one of Soon-Shiong’s companies.
Google Cloud machine learning
By Bill Siwicki 10:12 am November 03, 2017
Helping customers glean more insights from radiological images can also advance precision medicine and population health efforts, the company said.
By Bernie Monegain 01:51 pm November 02, 2017
Personalized medicine, big data and analytics, virtual care are driving up investments in digital startups, Accenture says.
Kristin Pothier
By Bernie Monegain 11:00 am November 01, 2017
Author Kristin Ciriello Pothier saw first-hand how hopeless cancer can be, but today she’s on the front lines personalizing treatment.
 precision medicine breakthrough is about apps, not EHRs
By Tom Sullivan 12:09 pm October 31, 2017
Hospitals such as Beth Israel Deaconess and Providence St. Joseph Health are building their own apps to transform the future of personalized care.

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