It’s predicted that the computing power required to use genomic data will soon be equal to – or more demanding than – the three other major generators of big data: astronomy, YouTube, and Twitter. With over 49,000 genetic tests for 9,000+ human conditions, the use of genomic data to inform and improve patient care decisions continues to grow. But to be effective, the data needs to be continuously interpreted alongside changes in clinical context and other factors. See our CEO’s article in Group Practice Journal on the challenges facing genomic data as it continues to grow. Discover why genomic data is not enough to truly practice precision medicine, and how the secret is in applying this information within a clinical context.