The Birmingham Medical News spoke with Devin Absher, PhD, faculty investigator and director of genomic health at HudsonAlpha, about how the HudsonAlpha Health Alliance is making clinical use of genomic tools widely accessible.
The HudsonAlpha Health Alliance works with groups such as health systems, physician networks, and self-insured employers to develop customized genomic health screening programs for their patient or employee populations.
“For precision medicine to advance, we have to make the tools of genomics and genetics accessible to a broad range of clinical settings. When you go beyond academic medical centers, it is difficult to find the infrastructure and expertise needed to bring the full potential of genomic medicine to patient care,” said Absher.
Read the full story from the Birmingham Medical News.