Study: EMRs hold promise for genomic medicine research

09/8/2010 | Healthcare IT News

A Mayo Clinic study showed that data gleaned from EMR systems could help researchers better understand the genetic bases of peripheral arterial disease and other common illnesses. "Our study demonstrates ... several significant advantages over traditional approaches to genomic medicine research by simplifying logistics, reducing timelines, and overall costs through efficient data acquisition," the study authors said.

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