How Interoperability Powers Precision Medicine and Value-Based Healthcare [Webinar]

The fields of healthcare and life science are experiencing massive change, due to economic, policy and technological factors. At their core, the shifts center around the pursuits of precision medicine and value-based care.

While these two pursuits are often met with various approaches, they share a common set of needs regarding data and knowledge. These needs can be satisfied using a systems-level approach to biomedical informatics and data science that both considers, and simultaneously solves each problem presented by each community.

In his latest webinar, “A Systems-Level Approach to Biomedical Informatics and Data Science: How Interoperability Powers Precision Medicine and Value-Based Healthcare,” Dr. Philip Payne, PhD, FACMI, in partnership with Healthcare Informatics, will explore critical issues and the implications of the changing landscape of healthcare and life sciences. Additionally, we will look at the role data sharing and interoperability can have in empowering the advanced analytics, which enable researchers, practitioners and decision-makers to address critical questions on precision medicine and the creation of a value-based healthcare system.

In this FREE, one-hour webinar, you will learn:

  • How a systems-level approach to biomedical informatics and data science can realize the objectives of precision medicine and value-based healthcare
  • The best practices for aligning data ownership, privacy, and security requirements in the design and implementation of data-sharing infrastructure
  • How data federation technology provides a scalable basis for the sharing and integration of distributed data assets through use cases and design patterns
  • An outline of the core sharing, harmonization and query functionality provided by data federation technology
  • The true value of liquid data and why interoperability is the key driver for this vision of a patient-centered, data-driven, triple-aim compliant healthcare system 

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