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Your Autoimmunity Connection Newsletter

As a chronic disease patient, my dream is of a world where it doesn't take an average of three years and five doctors for patients to get a diagnosis for their autoimmune disease. Some 117 million people, or about half of all US adults, are living with one or more chronic health conditions, and many of them… Continue reading Your Autoimmunity Connection Newsletter

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Bridging the Autoimmune Abyss – Exploring the Connection between Food and Digestive Diseases with MyGiHealth

By Bonnie Feldman and Ellen M Martin Digital health is filled with promise, but for autoimmune patients many gaps persist. With an eye to bridging those gaps, I recently attended two very different conferences: The Interdisciplinary Autoimmune Summit was a continuing education meeting to help practicing physicians better treat complex autoimmune patients using a multidisciplinary,… Continue reading Bridging the Autoimmune Abyss – Exploring the Connection between Food and Digestive Diseases with MyGiHealth

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Is there a “Platform gap” in Healthcare? Slides from the Stanford Medicine X Panel

View the slides from DrBonnie360's Stanford Medicine X Panel on Open versus Closed Data - What are the business models? Is there a “Platform” gap in healthcare? What are the business models? from DrBonnie360 https://www.slideshare.net/DrBonnie360/stanford-medicine-x-open-versus-closed-data-dr-bonnie360  

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Is there a “Platform gap” in Healthcare? A Stanford Medicine X Panel

How will healthcare data business models evolve around new “Platforms”? by Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M. Martin Personal data is changing the way we work, live and play. As consumers, we expect to receive personalized recommendations in a variety of areas, from shopping at Amazon, music from Spotify, or movies from Netflix. I have been wondering how this… Continue reading Is there a “Platform gap” in Healthcare? A Stanford Medicine X Panel