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Penn Medicine | August 17, 2017
As the precision medicine movement gains speed in healthcare, Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine is looking to take advantage of all it has to offer. Its efforts have undoubtedly been noteworthy. In January 2016, it founded the Penn Center for Precision Medicine, which focuses on precision medicine development and implementation efforts. The center has its own PCPM Accelerator Fund, which supports projects that test unique approaches to how precision medicine impacts patient care. In a phone inter...
Penn Medicine | December 18, 2017
As precision medicine efforts gain speed, more and more health systems are working hard to get their arms around vast troves of fast-moving data. And they're relying on technology - which is evolving at an equally rapid pace - to help them manage it all.
Indeed, IT shops, clinicians and data scientists are working to make sense of these myriad information types, and they're putting systems in place - many of them driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms - ...
Healthcare IT News | June 11, 2018
The benefits of telemedicine are no longer being debated. Clearly, convenience and efficiencies are associated with providing this level of service to the patient community. This is particularly true for people that live in remote locations, need post-surgical treatment, require second opinions, or don’t have easy access to specialists. It’s also been a satisfier to those looking to better manage their own health or avoid emergency room visits when dealing with chronic diseases...
FierceHealthcare | October 15, 2018
Impatient with the current progress of electronic health records (EHRs), one of the nation’s foremost academic medical centers is taking matters into its own hands. Last week, Penn Medicine—which operates as the health system under the University of Pennsylvania—launched a new initiative aimed at transforming EHRs into “more streamlined, interactive, smarter tools.” That effort will focus primarily on what David Asch, M.D., the executive director of the Penn Medicin...
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