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Genome Medical Genome Care Delivery

Genome Medical, a telegenomics technology and services company, has launched Genome Care Delivery, a cloud-based platform that provides hospitals, health systems, and employers virtual access to a nationwide network of clinical genetics specialists in order to expedite and facilitate the delivery of genetic expertise. The platform is initially focused on oncology and reproductive health, and is intended to deliver education, engagement, and access to genetic experts for virtual visits and provider-to-provider consults, as well as genetic wellness assessment and screening for population health management, the company said. Features include curated content, adaptive videos, webinars, online assessment tools, virtual care visits with genetic specialists, personalized recommendations regarding genetic testing, and clinical action plans based on genetic test results and medical management guidelines.

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