Tag: Genomics

Oncologists Say Genomic Testing Is Over Promoted Though It Is Likely To Be Useful Over The Next Decade

Fierce Healthcare (5/2, Sweeney) reports on a Medscape survey finding that among oncologists, about 70% “believe genetic testing is very important or extremely important to oncology, but 55% also say genomic testing is overpromoted.” One reason for that is that 89% believe “genomics will be useful in the next decade,” while just 64% “say it’s […]

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In Pursuit of Patient-Centered Care

| March 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Enhancing the patient experience through a patient-centered approach to care is a growing priority for healthcare organizations. The primary objective of patient-centered care is to ensure a continuing relationship between the patient and his or her healthcare team with a focus on prevention and detection, diagnostic accuracy, and team-based, multi-disciplinary information sharing and collaboration. Improving […]

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Philips to Introduce Rapid Cloud-Based Recovery Service for Healthcare Data in Collaboration with Amazon Web Services

| February 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Powered by Philips’ HealthSuite digital platform and Amazon Web Services, new rapid secure data backup service can move the entire data repository for any healthcare organization to the cloud in days instead of months Philips cloud-enabled storage service aims to remove time and cost barriers for healthcare organizations adopting cloud-based data recovery Royal Philips (NYSE:  PHG; […]

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