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Currently, the majority of genomic tests are sent from the laboratory to health care organizations in the form of a PDF, isolating this non-computable information within the EHR, and inhibiting it’s use for clinical care and research. A common thread in all GenomeX use cases is the collection of data in a standardized, machine-readable format, allowing this data to be used for many uses. Use of the FHIR Genomics standard enables appropriate data to be stored in EHRs for clinical care, as well as increasing the interoperability of genomic and EHR data, allowing stakeholders to analyze real-world data from large cohorts of patients. Access to data on patients with diverse demographics, allows informed treatment decisions between clinicians and patients, new research, as well as development of clinical decision support tools.
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