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    Emerging Issues and Opportunities of the Genomic Data Revolution

    Now is the time to get your organization ready for the genomic data revolution. From government agencies to the private sector, from healthcare to technology, and everything in between, all organizations need to be prepared for upcoming challenges and opportunities.

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    How the FDA Can Improve the Vaccine Approval Process

    We can apply the lessons from the COVID pandemic to vaccine and treatment submissions moving forward. Here’s how. 

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    Why Hedging Is Essential for Resilient Supply Chains

    COVID-19 showed how just-in-time logistics and ultra-lean supply chains fail in times of uncertainty, compounding health risks and threats to national security. Hedging can help ensure that doesn’t happen again. 

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    The Time to Get Ahead of Telehealth Fraud and Abuse Is Now

    The pandemic illustrated telehealth’s importance for our healthcare system but payers must get ahead of fraud and abuse issues to make telehealth effective.

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    What We Do

    Healthcare Compliance

    LMI’s compliance approach centers on reducing programmatic risks while minimizing participants’ burden through data analytics and proactive engagement and education.

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    A New Priority: Readying the Strategic National Stockpile

    The SNS must be able to handle novel threats rather than optimizing for emergencies that have already passed. Better analytics, scenario planning, and government collaboration can get us there.

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    Here’s How To Leverage Data for Health Equity

    In the U.S., race, socioeconomic status, and zip code predict life expectancy—we discuss how to build more equity into the healthcare system.

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    Enabling Disaster Preparedness in Global Health

    Nations and philanthropic organizations struggle to deal with a growing number of climatologically driven disasters. Transportation and distribution of critically needed supplies has become more of a challenge as many areas deal with aging infrastructure and roads that only exacerbate the problems when disaster strikes. Governments and institutions need predictive analysis to get ahead of the problem.

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    Three Ways ARPA-H Can Succeed as a New and Agile Organization

    The president’s budget calls for a DARPA-like organization for discovering the most innovative and effective treatments for major diseases.