IO Informatics Partners with PROOF to Develop Risk Assessment Software for Clinical Use | GenomeWeb

The Center of Excellence for the Prevention of Organ Failure, or PROOF Center, has tapped semantics-based software developer IO Informatics to build a web-based application that will be able to assess patients’ disease risk and make treatment recommendations.

This tool will be marketed along with blood tests that the Vancouver, BC-based PROOF Center is developing for heart, lung, and kidney disease and transplantation.

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