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By Mike Miliard 04:17 pm September 11, 2019
Google Cloud will securely store the health system's data, while working with Mayo clinicians to apply AI and machine learning to an array of complex use case 
Implementation best practices: The best approaches to precision medicine
By Bill Siwicki 12:38 pm September 11, 2019
Four precision medicine experts – a groundbreaking provider organization and three precision medicine technology vendors – offer healthcare CIOs and other leaders their expertise for getting started with the nascent area of medicine.

Glen Tullman (second from right) at work with the Livongo team. Photo courtesy Livongo.

By Jonah Comstock 12:38 pm September 11, 2019
At the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference next week in Santa Clara, I'll sit down with Livongo Executive Chairman Glen Tullman to look back at the company's IPO — and ahead to healthcare's digitally-empowered future.  
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By 11:52 am September 11, 2019
Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) is receiving more and more print these days—and with good reason.
By Mike Miliard 10:35 am September 11, 2019
As part of its Healthy Opportunities Initiative, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has enlisted Phreesia to help health systems statewide learn more about their patients' social determinants of health.
By Leontina Postelnicu 08:10 am September 11, 2019
Ampersand Health, Push Doctor and SkinVision are among the companies selected to take part in the programme.
By Tammy Lovell 05:55 am September 11, 2019
But French website Doctissimo denies sharing sensitive data with third parties.
By Jeff Lagasse 05:04 pm September 10, 2019
Hospital closures represent a not-often reported social determinant of health, as they stress patient resources.
By Mike Miliard 04:21 pm September 10, 2019
The startups will gain access to de-identified claims data to help fine-tune projects aimed at enabling more timely interventions, eliminating barriers to care, improving health system navigation and more.
By Dave Muoio 03:37 pm September 10, 2019
Amidst the unveiling of its newest consumer smartphones, tablets and smartwatches, the tech company said it will begin enrolling consumers into its hearing, cardiovascular and women's health studies later this year through an upcoming app.  

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