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Genomic Literacy: What You Need to Know About Genetics and Genomics

To navigate a healthcare system in which genetic and genomic information will be used more frequently to diagnose and treat disease, healthcare professionals and patients need to be equipped with a basic understanding of the language. Download our latest white paper that explains why and how to prepare for a future in which genetic and genomic information will be in routine use.


11 Questions to Ask When Making Genetic Testing Coverage Decisions

With thousands of genetic tests on the market, patients and their healthcare providers have more tools than ever to detect harmful changes in a person’s genes that might be associated with life-threatening conditions. This latest white paper from Hayes, Inc. highlights issues to consider when deciding whether or not a genetic test is the right option.


Using Evidence in a Time of Clinical Transformation

Hospital and health system leaders operate in a changing healthcare environment. Our latest webinar identifies challenges physician leaders face in their clinical-transformation efforts and provides evidence-based solutions that have the potential to improve the quality of care provided to patients and reduce out-of-control healthcare costs.


Informed Healthcare Decisions Begin with Evidence

Choosing products and treatments that will reduce the cost of care and lead to better patient outcomes is a daunting process that can be streamlined with the use of evidence. Our white paper explains how.


Translating Limited and Inconclusive Evidence about Genetic Tests into Coverage Policy

Reviewing the medical need for genetic tests and writing coverage policies for these complex assays and conditions can be a daunting task. [webinar recording]

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