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The New Face of Personalized Medicine: Targeting Disease Diagnostics and Treatments with Big Data Analytics: October 6, 2011, 1 PM EDT, Webinar
Date:9/21/2011

lans, providers and the empowered patient?
  • Can we accelerate our ability to directly use observational healthcare data (versus randomized controlled clinical trials) to transform how we think about 'evidence' and profoundly accelerate its creation, development, diffusion and use?
  • And can we open the door to a rapid-learning healthcare system?

  • Who Should Attend: Executives at biotechnology, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, heads of innovation and data analytics/ bioinformatics for health plans and provider organizations, leaders in scientific R&D.

    When: October 6th, 2011, 1-2 PM EDT

    Where: Register here for this free event.  

    Event and Media Contact:
    Andrea Squitieri
    Account Director
    Scratch Marketing and Media
    Ph: 314-308-5625
    Email: personalizedmedicine@scratchmm.com


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