Precision Medicine

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By Jack McCarthy 04:06 pm February 08, 2018
Highlights about the challenges and opportunities of precision medicine at this year’s health IT conference.
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David Chou, Chief Information and Data Officer at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, will be hosting a session at HIMSS18 on March 7.

By Tom Sullivan 12:37 pm February 08, 2018
Taken together they represent an essential and very different way of thinking about the healthcare business model that exists today.
dental EHR
By Mike Miliard 12:16 pm February 08, 2018
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine this week announced that it will establish a new Center for Precision Dental Medicine, which will make heavy use of technology to enable data-driven research, advancing understandings about the link between dental and overall health.
precision medicine Olympics
By Mike Miliard 04:40 pm February 07, 2018
The multilingual Athlete Management Solution aggregates an array of health data types to help medical staffs deliver personalized care and identify hotspots of injury or illness.

Intermountain Healthcare in Murray, Utah. Photo via Google Maps

By Bernie Monegain 12:20 pm February 02, 2018
Intermountain Healthcare is poised to validate and launch several tests to identify genetic variants associated with hereditary cancers.
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.
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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.

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