SimulConsul Receives New Grant to Integrate its Software with EHRs, Adds Courtagen to Client Roster | GenomeWeb

SimulConsult has received a two-year Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Library of Medicine to integrate its Genome-Phenome analyzer software with electronic health record systems in order to automate the process of combining information from patients' genetic tests, clinical findings, and phenotype data. The goal of the integration is to make it easier for clinicians to use the information to make decisions about care.

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