Health Networks and Hospitals

Hospital Administrators Will Need to Understand How the Chronobiome Could Impact Precision Medicine

Emerging research shows that time-of-day dependent drug delivery may impact individuals differently based on their chronobiome Recent research into the human chronobiome has shown that the "normal" circadian rhythm can vary significantly in healthy individuals. This means that chronotherapies which are based on an average individual's circadian rhythm may not be as efficacious for everyone. …

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Dilemma for Hospitals and Health Systems: Finding the Productive Middle Ground in the Precision Medicine vs Population Health Debate

While a recent report suggests expanding or initiating precision medicine efforts is imminent among health systems, some worry that precision medicine may take away from population health. The task for hospital and health system leaders is to determine a complementing balance of both efforts A report from the Center for Connected Medicine demonstrates just how …

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