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Flow Health: Knowledge Graph of Medicine & Genomics

AI as a way to overcome cognitive bias in physicians

(This article originally appeared in CIO.com on June 27, 2017) Practicing physicians are faced with the need to make decisions…

How “-omics” will impact healthcare

Emerging laboratory technology and the forefront of biological study have begun to amass large reservoirs of data, newly referred to…

The next generation of EHRs: fundamentally different

(This article originally appeared in CIO.com on March 29, 2017) Electronic Health Records (EHRs) have come a long way. Over…

How can we create universal health data?

(This article originally appeared in CIO.com on February 14, 2017) Healthcare has evolved to recognize that health data needs to…

We need an overall vision for health IT

(This article originally appeared in CIO.com on January 11, 2017) Healthcare is a vast, intensely complex ecosystem. Perhaps it is…

What if doctors had all the world’s medical knowledge at their fingertips?

(This article originally appeared in The Doctor Weighs In, on December 12, 2016) When we think of physicians in the…

Introducing EGF2: Scalable Graph Oriented Backend API Framework

We are proud to announce that we’ve open sourced EGF2 -- a lightweight Node.js framework inspired by the Flow Health…

How can we make sense of genomic data?

We are now at a time when modern technology has made gene sequencing of an individual’s DNA a reality. DNA…

Deep Phenotyping for Precision Medicine

The practice of medicine is predicated on discovering commonalities or distinguishing characteristics among patients to inform corresponding treatment. Given a…

Bringing Artificial Intelligence to the Veterans Health Administration

We’re excited to announce Flow Health’s five-year partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs to develop a knowledge graph of…