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Our vision is that every personal health decision is informed by the latest scientific knowledge.
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High Value Alliance Jun 10
📣Registration open for . Premier national venue for physician-led, quality-driven high value health care transformation. Fantastic program with new content including 4 "Order Wisely" tracks, more skill bldg workshops & round table info sharing.
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
. is introducing the Precision Medicine Analytics Platform (PMAP), which provides a HIPAA-compliant and secure way of storing patient data from many sources.
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Hopkins inHealth Jul 1
Preston Haugh learned that he had at a young age. Hugh Calkins spoke with about the condition. .
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Hopkins inHealth Jun 26
See how clinicians with Johns Hopkins inHealth are using precision medicine tools and resources to conduct big-data research and bring the results to their patients.
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Johns Hopkins Engineering Jun 25
Congrats to Archana Venkataraman, who has been named a top inventor in 's annual list of !
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Hopkins inHealth Jun 25
Upcoming college junior Preston Haugh, 20, put down his soccer cleats and picked up new golf shoes after being diagnosed with ARVD. explains how the rare, cardiac condition affects young athletes and potential warning signs. (via )
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Hopkins inHealth Jun 24
. CTO Dwight Raum: Why patient data privacy should drive vendor, hospital relationships. ()
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Hopkins Med News Jun 10
We are looking to see whether changes in genes correspond to a person’s risk of abusing opioids to provide more precise diagnostics for our patients. - Dunn
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Hopkins inHealth Jun 5
. has rolled out new tools and researchers that make it easier for clinicians to conduct research and use the results to improve patient care.
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
: We take you back to our , March 2017 where Antony Rosen told the world innovation is going to change medicine!
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
. is introducing the Precision Medicine Analytics Platform (PMAP), which provides a HIPAA-compliant and secure way of storing patient data from many sources.
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
: When we first introduced our staff to .
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
Computer program accurately predicts risk of sudden cardiac death in patients with .
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
Meet Jasonee who was diagnosed with in 2012. She found experts at , who quickly determined her condition was a rare familial disorder that causes sudden cardiac death in young, apparently healthy individuals.
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
Well that’s it for the live tweeting of ! Thank you to everyone who attended and joined in on the conversation. Precision Medicine is the future of medicine and the future is here!
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
You hold the answers – in your family history, your genetic makeup, your expertise, your vision for the future. Being able to unlock and unite all of these elements through today’s technologies is the key to a healthier future for everyone.
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
is a tool that the Air Force is using for genetic testing since a physical examination isn’t needed.
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Audrey Huang May 30
. : health is a national security issue with economic aspects, lost work time, increased vulnerability and reliability requirements
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Hopkins inHealth May 30
Dr. Voss poses the question, what makes a health issue a national security issue?
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