NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Non-profit health services research organization ECRI believes its newly launched interactive genetic testing resource, ECRIgene, can aid stakeholders as they navigate an increasingly complicated maze of genetic tests, with added value over currently available databases and registries.

The institute announced ECRIgene this June, and is now just a few months into offering it to paying subscribers from the clinical, regulatory, reimbursement, and test development spheres.

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