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Mayo Clinic bloodless blood test submitted for FDA approval

A blood test which doesn’t require drawing any blood is being submitted for approval to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Scientists at the Mayo Clinic, a non-profit medical practice and research group in Rochester, Minnesota, have developed an algorithm which can determine serum potassium levels in the blood by monitoring small changes in…

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The case for biomedical data traceability and tracking

There is data, data everywhere with layers of blockchain, data analytics and cybersecurity features. Consequently, tracking and tracing biological systems data and processes are an increasingly important part of medical device and biopharmaceutical discovery, design, development, commercialization and post launch surveillance as well as basic science research. The benefits include complying with regulatory mandates, improving the…

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How to train for the future of medicine – part 1

How medical professionals, at various stages in their careers, view the challenge of adapting for the age of AI: Anwar Hussain MD, MHA Anwar is clinically trained in emergency/family medicine and has practiced in urgent care for several years.  His background in health IT/informatics spans approximately 15 years, most recently culminating as the first-ever Corporate…