Seeing Demand for Clinical Genomics, PointOne Systems Recruits a Familiar Face | GenomeWeb

A small Wisconsin software startup is gearing up to take on IT giants like IBM and HP in the emerging clinical genomics data-management market.

PointOne Systems, a clinical bioinformatics firm founded in 2000, claims that it’s seeing steady adoption of a software system designed to integrate genetic data from patients along with their personal and family health histories and results from clinical tests to predict their risk of contracting certain diseases.

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