Tag Archive: genetics

by David Constantine | May 15, 2018

Signaling the Tipping Point of AI Value in Healthcare

A brief recap of the World Medical Innovation Forum 2018 Top minds across a broad spectrum of healthcare disciplines converged […]

by David Constantine | March 29, 2018

One More Step in the Long Road of Precision Medicine

CMS decision removes important barrier for some Medicare cancer patients to access next generation sequencing and companion targeted therapies as […]

by Jody Ranck | December 19, 2015

Bridging Genomics-Health IT Gap for Precision Medicine

What are the real challenges to making precision medicine a reality? Given challenges associated with implementations & interoperability, how will healthcare begin to address an additional stakeholder whose data sets are much larger and bring these insights into the clinic in an actionable way?

by John Moore | March 16, 2009

Navigenics: The Experience

Results are in from the Navigenics test and my sometime absent mindedness is unlikely to be caused from Alzheimer’s as […]

by John Moore | August 22, 2008

Security & Privacy Covered by Scientific American

Waiting to meet someone for lunch today here in Harvard Square at the Out of Town News store and on […]

by John Moore | May 02, 2008

Genetics: Now that we finally have some protection…

The Senate unanimously passed their version of a Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act this week while the House had one hold-out […]

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