Precision medicine demands evolutionary leaps of interoperability

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Speakers at the Precision Medicine Summit see a genomic future fueled by startups whose innovations outpace EHR vendorsJohn Halamka MD was just the second human being to be sequenced in the landmark Personal Genome Project in 2008 one of the initial group of volunteers known as the PGP-10Back then it cost about 350000 for a company to do such a sequencing Now the price tag is less than 1000 Clearly many advancements have been made in precision medicine over the past 10 years and that includes information technologies just not necessarily in tandem with the bold vision of genomics

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