Precision Medicine

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty. Photo source: Fortune Live Media via Flickr.

By Bernie Monegain 10:27 am February 23, 2017
The IBM CEO has been at Big Blue for more than three decades, we wanted to know how she keeps engaged, about IBM’s future with artificial intelligence and what career tips she might have for young women interested in technology.
Battelle NeuroLife
By Tom Sullivan 02:19 pm February 22, 2017
The analytics and machine learning algorithms help a quadriplegic patient regain movement. 
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty HIMSS17

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty kicked off HIMSS17 with the opening keynote Monday morning in Orlando. 

By Tom Sullivan 11:27 am February 20, 2017
Big Blue also announced value-based care solutions, Watson Health consulting services and a partnership with Atrius Health.

Intermountain’s Mark Lewis, MD, at the Precision Medicine Symposium in Orlando.

By Jessica Davis 12:59 pm February 19, 2017
Intermountain is using genomics to attack the Darwinian nightmare.
By Jessica Davis 12:11 pm February 16, 2017
UC Berkeley brought the case against Broad Institute in Jan. 2016, challenging the intellectual rights over patents held by Broad Institute for the gene editing technology. While Broad was first awarded patents for the technology, UC Berkeley claimed it was first to apply for the patent.
By Bernie Monegain 11:23 am February 16, 2017
The HIE contains 98 percent of all Maine residents' clinical information.
Orion population health HIMSS17

Orion Health vice president Suzanne Cogan said the vendor's population health platform is evolving into a tool for precision health. 

By Bill Siwicki 07:43 am February 16, 2017
The health IT vendor also has its sights set on precision medicine.
precision medicine
By Chris Hayden 07:01 am February 13, 2017
The event is scheduled for June 12-13, 2017 in Boston and we are looking for proposals focusing on healthcare organizations using precision medicine to deliver targeted, personalized care. 
Stanford lab on chip

Stanford Genome Technology Center Director Ron Davis

By Bernie Monegain 10:51 am February 07, 2017
Researchers say the medical revolution will be akin to low-cost genome sequencing.
cloud computing precision medicine

Washington University School of Medicine informaticist Nephi Walton said cloud computing will become the platform for aggregating and harmonizing data but healthcare organizations should understand why they want to choose the model. 

By Bill Siwicki 07:17 am February 07, 2017
Informaticist Nephi Walton says that the cloud can be used to aggregate and harmonize data and argues that in certain ways it is more secure than what hospitals can handle on their own.

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