Roundtable on Genomics and Precision Health - Resources on Digital Health
This group is exploring the landscape at the intersection between digital health technologies and genomic data by examining how the two fields can interface to enable precision health, improve research (patient reported outcomes, continuous phenotypes), and clinical care (monitoring, feedback, adherence). Group members are interested in applying what has been learned from the consumer genomics space (e.g., about consumer access, consumer comprehension, regulatory jurisdiction, health care provider readiness, clinical utility, personal utility, potential burden on the health system, and quality standards) to the developing field of digital health for more widespread applications for precision medicine and to enable, in particular, the All of Us, or Precision Medicine Initiative. Other areas that may be explored by the group include the role of digital health platforms as a possible mechanism to link disparate data sources and information that is not currently in the electronic health record (EHR) as well as ensuring that integration with the EHR can be achieved for both research and clinical care. Overall, the group seeks to convene experts from the fields of genomics and digital health to illuminate areas of synergy and to inform each other about successes and challenges encountered in each sector. Below are the Roundtable resources that pertain to digital health.
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