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The multistate rural health system will adopt Color technology to move to NGS and enhance online engagement for its Imagenetics clinical genomics program.

Geisinger researchers will work with collaborators at the nonprofit FH Foundation to develop new methods for the identification and cascade testing of FH.

By participating in the project, the company, located in Tokyo, hopes to improve its cloud-based data management services while winning over new customers.

The companies have expanded an existing partnership to allow physicians to order mental health PGx tests from the EHR and receive CME credit for learning about PGx.

The university also is developing a process for measuring phenotype risk scores as it continually adapts to changing technology and research needs.

The partners will integrate medical information into LunaDNA pulled from electronic health records via Medfusion's application program interfaces.

The partners are preparing to release two updates to Navify Tumor Board that support automatic importation of structured Foundation Medicine test reports.

At a real-world data workshop, Wendy Rubinstein said that labs have a responsibility under the 21st Century Cures Act to facilitate integration of genomic data into EHRs.

Geisinger and UPenn researchers found that Titin truncations revealed by exome sequencing increased DCM risk in those with European but not with African ancestry.

The former head of the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology discussed how data quality can improve biomedical research and inform precision medicine.

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