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Precision Medicine Vendor Validations 2018

Precision Medicine Vendor Validations 2018
The Voice of the Vendor - Report 1 of 2

Authored by: Kody Hansen and Alex McIntosh July 10, 2018 | Read Time: 2  minutes

Given its potential to help providers deliver better, more targeted care and dramatically improve patient outcomes, precision medicine is a growing area of interest for many provider organizations. Those looking to develop a precision medicine program can find it confusing to determine which of the hundreds of vendors in the market will be most helpful. To add clarity as to how some of the different vendors perform, what functionality they offer, and what first steps organizations can take to establish a precision medicine program, KLAS has embarked on a two-part report on the topic. Through research, interviews, and association events, KLAS has identified a small number of precision medicine vendors who have high mindshare among healthcare providers. This first report focuses on these vendors. Each was invited to share details regarding their market perspective and product capabilities. In a second report, KLAS will interview live customers in order to validate each vendor's claims and provide further details on their offerings. It will also validate additional vendors not covered in this first report.

Key Topics

  1. Vendor-Reported Capabilities
  2. Vendor-Reported Solution Domains
  3. Vendor-Reported Solution Settings
  4. Vendor-Reported Demographics
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