The combination of personalized (genomic) medicine and the application of wireless and sensing technology to health care delivery (digitally enabled medicine) will provide enormous benefit to the citizens of California, the state’s economy, and our society in general. High-speed, high-bandwidth wireless communication and sensing devices linked to powerful, interoperable clinical and biomedical databases will empower physicians, extend delivery of genomic medicine to remote clinical settings, increase certainty in diagnosis and improve effectiveness in clinical practice while reducing costs. Decisions crucial for urgent medical care (e.g., cardiac monitoring) will be made with information updated on demand, including physiological data from noninvasive biosensors linked to wireless transceivers.

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