The White House is looking for input from the healthcare industry to identify new information technology activities that can help make President Obamas $215 million Precision Medicine Initiative a reality.
In particular, the Obama administration wants to move the high-profile initiative beyond the limited data sharing ability of electronic health record systems by allowing individuals to more easily donate their data to the kind of research that will lead to individualized, tailored treatments for patients.
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