Clinical OMICS

JAN-FEB 2017

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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Page 2 of 47 January/February 2017 Clinical OMICs 1 3 | NEWS In Silico Insights: Harnessing Bioinformatics to Find New Breast Cancer Drug Combinations 10 | FROM THE EDITOR 21st Century Cures, or Same Old, Same Old? 11 | OP-ED Lessons for U.S. in U.K.'s 100,000 Genomes Project? 12 | IN THE CLINIC For the Record: Hospitals Break Down Silos to Combine Clinical and Genomic Data in the EHR 16 | DIAGNOSTICS Tip of the CAPS: Genetic Testing Companies Form Coalition to Promote Noninvasive Prenatal Testing 30 | DATA & INFORMATICS Big Data Duo: Edico Genome, Dell EMC Partner on NGS Data Bundle 34 | IN THE LAB Price Pinch: As PAMA Reporting Deadline Looms, Labs Brace for Medicare Rate Cuts 39 | NEW PRODUCTS 40 | PRECISION MEDICINE Omics, Biology Meet AI: iCarbonX Launches Digital Health Alliance to Move Healthcare Past Genetics to Wellness Predictions 44 | INDUSTRY EVENTS Infectious Fight: Tackling the Inevitability of Resistance, One Genome at a Time In the never-ending fight against antimicrobial resistance, researchers embrace genomics to better predict development of drug resistance. Data Deluge Researchers turn to cloud computing as genomic sequencing data threatens to overwhelm traditional IT systems. Cover: Maxiphoto / Getty Images; nicolas_ / Getty images; Clinical OMICs. Above (top to bottom): jarun011 / Getty Images; Maxiphoto / Getty Images; Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB); akindo / Getty Images; RegeneronGenetics; GuidoVrola / Getty Images. 20 26

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