Healthcare research firm KLAS reports that healthcare providers remain strongly concerned about interoperability of technology from various vendors and "strongly encourage better coordination among vendors, timely location of patient records and greatly improved parsing...
If there's something wrong with your brain, how do you spot that in an MRI? Of course, if it's something obvious, such as a major aneurysm or a tumour, anyone can see it. But what if it's something more subtle, such as a neural pathway...
Research led by scientists at UC San Francisco and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has used brain "organoids" — tiny 3-D models of human organs that scientists grow in a dish to study disease — to identify...
Researchers have used advanced cellular, bioinformatics and imaging technology to reveal a long-lived type of stem cell in the breast that is responsible for the growth of the mammary glands during pregnancy.
In the laboratories of Institute of Molecular Medicine Finland, drug testing is done ex vivo. That is, various leukemia drugs are tested with patient samples instead of the patients themselves. This enables the researchers to test different drug combinations efficiently...
The medical industry is inundated with data. Many organizations struggle to move forward with actionable insights, however, tangled in the disconnectedness between data sets. "The key is access to data — if we lower the bar to [how we] share data, we can get where...
Genetic testing promises a revolution in healthcare. With just a few swabs of saliva, diagnostics can provide an unprecedented look into a person's family history and potential health risks. Within a decade, global sales of genetic tests are expected to hit $10 billion....
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