The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center will invest $100 million over five years to build a data warehouse to support an enterprise analytics initiative supporting personalized medicine.

The goal is to help clinicians develop treatment plans based on an individual patient’s genetic and clinical information, and to use analytics for identify patients at risk for kidney failure or other conditions based on subtle changes in lab results, according to the organization.

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