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Kevin Chaney, MGS

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Kevin Chaney is a Senior Program Manager for the Chief Scientist Division within the Office of the National Coordinator for customessaywriters.info (ONC). He supports ONC senior leadership and oversees a multitude of initiatives and projects across a variety of subject areas including: standards development for clinical care and health research, strategic planning for scientific development, precision medicine; and use of artificial intelligence to support health care.

Kevin Chaney, MGS's Latest Blog Posts

Hype to Reality: How Artificial Intelligence (AI) Can Transform Health and Healthcare

Kevin Chaney, MGS | January 17, 2018

Artificial intelligence (AI) – the ability of computers to learn human-like functions or tasks – has shown great promise. What was previously considered the sole domain of human cognition is already being leveraged successfully across many industries. Now, the technology sector is witnessing what appears to be important new advances in AI that are bringing a new wave of interest for how it might shape the future of health and healthcare.

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These Genes are on FHIR! Advances in Standardizing Genomics through HL7® FHIR®

Kevin Chaney, MGS | November 28, 2017

Earlier this year, the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), in partnership with National Institutes of Health (NIH), announced the Sync for Genes pilots – an effort to strengthen genomic data sharing that is part of the Precision Medicine Initiative.  As a result of this effort, a set of genomics specifications have been refined as part of the ,

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The Precision Medicine Era is Dawning

Kevin Chaney, MGS | April 11, 2017

The will usher in an era of individualized health care. PMI will advance the nation’s ability to accelerate scientific discovery and improve clinical care through an innovative approach that takes into account individual differences in people’s genes, environments, and lifestyles. Put simply, PMI will enable us to better predict which treatments will be most effective for which patients – and health information technology (health IT) is foundational to achieving its promise.

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