Personalized Medicine Meets EHR Integration at Mt. Sinai
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Recently a Health Leaders Media story http://www.healthleadersmedia.com * noted “At Mt. Sinai Health System in New York, a combination of personalized medicine, natural language processing, and clever integration with electronic health record software is allowing clinicians to adjust medication selection and dosages based on patients' genomic differences.” “Personalized medicine is one of those technology topics that perpetually comes up in conversations about The Next Big Thing. Think combining genomics data with population health, throw in some predictive analytics, and you've got the basic idea.” “At Mt. Sinai Health System in New York, a combination of personalized medicine, natural language processing, and clever integration with electronic health record software is allowing clinicians to adjust medication selection and dosages based on patients' genomic differences.” * to read the full Health Leaders Media article “Personalized Medicine Meets EHR Integration at Mt. Sinai” by Scott Mace, highlight and click on open hyperlink http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/content/TEC-306371/Personalized-Medicine-Meets-EHR-Integration-at-Mt-Sinai Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands? ™ provides information to consumers on understanding, managing and navigating health care options. Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H., is Clinical Professor, Preventive Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; and Adjunct Professor, Baruch College ( C.U.N.Y.), Rutgers School of Public Health, and Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration This blog shares general information about understanding and navigating the health care system. For specific medical advice about your own problems, issues and options talk to your personal physician.
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anon1256
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October 19, 2014
Don't think they should be able to build something that is twice as tall as the other buildings around there. That isn't fair to neighbors. I know I couldn't get away with that! If they are going to ask for exceptions to the rules, then they should build something that isn't a bad thing for the residents of Hoboken.
joeva
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October 19, 2014
These residents seem to have an inexplicable appreciation for the eye sore of the existing building and vacant lot which exist there today.
lovehoboken
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October 19, 2014
I am fully in favor of this project. It will be good for Hoboken and Stevens. I hope the city approves it.
Gribz
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October 19, 2014
Well I have a cat, and it started some time a go to shed hair, a lot. There was hair everywhere, btw for anyone wondering how to get rid of all the dropped hair they can try one of those robot vacuums, got mine from groupon.com/deals/gg-ca-bobsweep-bobi-robotic-vacuum-cleaner, it cleans 98% of the hair. So the point is that I was worried about the animal and thought it was sick, it turned out that that was for some reason completely natural for an animal at her age. So to other owners do worry some stuff are completely natural.