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Date:3/22/2011

ef="http://www.flickr.com/photos/practicefusion/5532395147/in/set-72157626281150138/">QuaMe (Quantified.Me): an iPad application that visualizes a user's personal health data (e.g., age, gender, BMI, chronic conditions) against the entire population to deliver peer group comparisons.

Practice Fusion's de-identified health dataset is a powerful resource available to the health sector for developing the latest treatments, medicines and care processes. More than 70,000 doctors and nine million patients make up Practice Fusion's health community, representing one of the largest and most comprehensive views of America's health in aggregate. Supported by Government health initiatives including Health.data.gov, Practice Fusion and Microsoft, through the Windows Azure Marketplace, are focused on delivering increased open access to broad-scale health data.

About Practice Fusion's Research Division

Practice Fusion's Research Division provides information from one of the largest, longitudinal clinical databases in the US for the purposes of clinical research and public health analysis. With a focus on real-time insight into adverse drug reactions, disease outbreaks and other national health issues, Practice Fusion's Research Division powers studies that are providing new insight into healthcare and how it is delivered.

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