Precision medicine

Frost & Sullivan names 10 big growth opportunities in precision medicine

In the new report, Growth Opportunities in Precision Medical Imaging, Forecast to 2022, Frost & Sullivan assesses those market opportunities and how they jibe with the various stages of imaging as they exist today: image ordering, acquisition, interpretation, intervention, etc.In the new report, Growth Opportunities in Precision Medical Imaging, Forecast to 2022, Frost & Sullivan

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Opportunities in precision oncology and genomic profiling services in Asia Pacific

Launched in 2010 with a $25 million Series A financing led by Third Rock Ventures, Foundation Medicine released its first commercial assay called FoundationOne in 2012. The company develops, manufactures, and sells genomic profiling assays based on next-generation sequencing technology for solid tumours, hematologic malignancies, and sarcomas. In December 2017, the companys assay FoundationOne CDx

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Precision medicine is too complex for EHRs, KLAS says

Respondents to new research indicated that major EHR vendors are not capable of precision medicine work. KLAS on Thursday published a report that found healthcare providers are skeptical about the role electronic health records will play within precision medicine initiatives.WHY IT MATTERSThe idea that EHRs will not be the platform of choice for precision medicine

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How Could Genomics Bring Precision Medicine To Healthcare?

We strongly believe that only digital health can bring healthcare into the 21st century and make patients the point-of-care. In the previous centuries, healthcare systems focused mainly on working out generalized solutions for treating ill people in as high numbers as possible. If cough syrup was good for the majority of the coughing masses and

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Where wearables fit into the future of precision medicine

Apps and devices will evolve and tools already around us will become instruments of health to advance tailor-made care delivery and treatments. A wide number and variety of wearable devices today are already collecting large amounts of data. Fitbit medical director Dr. John Moore, for instance, said it has information about billions of nights of

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Precision medicine: We know there’s a market, but who are the top vendors?

A baker’s dozen technology companies are grabbing a spot as top-of-mind among hospital decision-makers, new research finds. As hospitals and health systems try to feel their way around exciting but daunting new era of genomics and precision medicine, there’s no shortage of technology vendors, some of them newly-minted startups, offering to help healthcare providers gather

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