UPMC looks to advance personalized medicine with data warehouse

10/1/2012 | Healthcare Finance News

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center will spend $100 million on a five-year initiative to create a data warehouse that is expected to advance research on personalized medicine and improve patient care. The first part of the plan is to install the technology infrastructure needed to house data from more than 200 information sources from UPMC and outside entities.

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