Rising consumerism in health care and technological advances in genomics are driving changes in health IT


In the past two decades, the understanding of human DNA has had a major effect on health care and is poised to revolutionize the practice of medicine; download the report to learn more

Truly personalized medicine so far is only being delivered in a small number of situations to treat a limited range of diseases. But growing demand from consumers, advances in technology, a flood of investments and research funding, and surging interest from health systems and industry are setting the stage for accelerated adoption of genomics in health care.

Learn about this important trend by reading the Center for Connected Medicine’s eBook: “The Rise of Genomics: How rising consumerism in health care and technological advances in genomics are driving change in the world of health IT.”

The 20-page special report provides key insights from leading experts in the field of genomics and health care:

  • Jill Hagenkord, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Color
  • Mylynda B. Massart, MD, PhD, Co-Investigator, All of Us Pennsylvania
  • Houman Modarres, Senior Director of IP Networks, Nokia
  • Martin Reese, PhD, Founder and CEO, Fabric Genomics
  • Rasu Shrestha, MD, MBA, Chief Innovation Officer, UPMC

These experts address the role of consumers in driving the growth of genomics, the importance of educating primary care physicians to handle patient questions, how advances in analytics are speeding results of genetic testing, and more.

The report also includes expert answers to questions submitted during a one-hour webinar on genomics that was produced by the CCM.

Fill in the short form below to download the resource

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