Precision medicine involves optimizing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease through more precise definition of the genetic, clinical, behavioral, and environmental factors that contribute to an individual’s health. While the idea of more personalized healthcare delivery has been around for several decades. Learn how innovative processes now converge the necessary data, computational power and methods, and interoperability mechanisms to turn precision medicine into a reality.
- Trace recent innovations in global clinical research networks and interoperable health platforms at Georgia Tech Research Institute and across the world
- How today's precision medicine landscape affects tomorrow's workforce
- Explore how health analytics, and the lessons we learn from precision medicine, shape the healthcare industry of the future
Jon Duke MD, MS
Director, Health Analytics and Informatics
Georgia Tech Research Institute
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