Precision Medicine

Future-proofing population health
By Tom Sullivan 06:00 am December 01, 2017
Early success stories in hospitals show how these emerging data types are fated to become critical to population health.
Future-proofing precision medicine
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By Intel 06:19 pm November 30, 2017
Bryce Olson, global marketing director, health and life sciences at Intel Corp., discusses the data explosion.

LifeOmic, a genomic data management company, will reimburse its customers up to $1 million for loss of data caused by unauthorized account activity. Credit: LifeOmic

By Jessica Davis 12:20 pm November 28, 2017
The genomic data management company will reimburse its customers up to $1 million for certain data loss associated with unauthorized account activity.
Google Cloud partnership with Change Healthcare
By Mike Miliard 02:35 pm November 27, 2017
Partners will collaborate with Google to apply AI to imaging analytics, launch a hybrid cloud VNA and more.
genetic testing
By Mike Miliard 12:30 pm November 22, 2017
Some would pay as much as $1,000 for genomic sequencing offered through employer health plans.
By 12:34 pm November 21, 2017
Goal is to boost early-stage healthcare technologies and startups that have a link to Houston and the medical center.
By Bernie Monegain 12:24 pm November 21, 2017
System appoints Huntington F. Willard appointed to lead program’s expansion across the U.S.
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.

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