Precision Medicine

A better understanding of the genetic variants in individuals who have attempted suicide could lead to new treatments and preventions.
Healthcare might be ripe for change, but disruption isn’t so easy for outsiders.
Data Book examines the story of Gail Zahtz and her dotcom startup, Working Weekly, for insights into healthcare’s digital transformation.
The partnership will leverage real-world evidence to improve treatments and breast cancer outcomes.
Patients with Crohn’s disease reduced their medical costs by an average of $6,500.
The algorithm could improve the success of patient-specific A-fib before the disease progresses.
With more health data comes more responsibility.
But public comments reflect the desire for the agency to cover this promising treatment.
Ad: Extracting value from healthcare requires a strong data foundation.
How precision medicine can foster better outcomes for patients and better lives for physicians.

The Inside Digital Health Precision Medicine page serves as a source of all the latest information, with articles covering approaches to care that permit physicians to treat their patients based on specific genetic data. Here, readers will find news from conferences and annual meetings pertaining to precision medicine, including pivotal coverage right from the floor.

Among its other resources are in-depth articles and a wealth of videos, including interviews with thought leaders and experts in the space, and moderated panel discussions about genomic data, the best practices and key methods for treating complex cases, utilizing the newest therapies, examining the issues and challenges of implementing technology into healthcare, and more.

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