Earlier this summer, Florida and Arizona started offering Medicaid coverage for rapid whole genome sequencing. Find out more about the latest policies.
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT: Identifying genetic disorders in newborns and infants can help them get the care they need, but one approach — whole genome sequencing — appears far superior to another.
Fortune: No one wants to find themselves sick or in need of a medical diagnosis. But there are those out there who already are—and are desperately seeking answers.
USA TODAY: Every baby born in the United States is pricked in the heel shortly after birth. A blood sample is then analyzed to look for one of 20 to 30 inherited diseases. Now, doctors want to go even further: They want to look not just at blood, but at genes.
INSIDE PRECISION MEDICINE: New research by the EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases has found that early rare disease diagnosis could save as much as $500,000 per patient.
FIERCE Healthcare: The rare disease journey can be long and difficult. rWGS could offer newborns a greater chance of successful diagnosis and intervention at birth.
Becker’s Healthcare Podcast: RCHSD President and CEO Patricio A. Frias shares the exciting innovative research being conducted at Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine.
PEDIATRIC MELTDOWN PODCAST: Podcast host Dr. Lia Gaggino talks with Dr. Caleb Bupp, Dr. Andrea Scheurer and Dr. Joseph Fakhoury about Project Baby Deer.
The Harry Glorikian Show: Stephen Kingsmore talks with Harry Glorikian about the power of rapid Whole Genome Sequencing™, how far we’ve come in adoption, and much more.
KGI: INNOVATION IN APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES & HEALTHCARE PODCAST: In this episode, Dr. Stephen Kingsmore discusses reviewing the first 10 years of genome-informed healthcare for children and predicting the next 10 years.