“Here.Us.Now” prompts the questions, “How can this be fixed?” and “What can I do to help?” Below are a few ways to learn more and get involved.
- Patients’ rights to full and automatic access to their own health data and the ability to determine how their data are utilized. Visit:
- The need for immediate sharing of data that is a result of taxpayer-funded medical research. Visit:
- An increased focus on the potential of repurposing current treatments to addressother disease states. There are few incentives in place to allow this to occur. Visit:
- An increased focus on rare disease as an opportunity to learn more about personalized medicine. Visit:
- Establishing a data-focused relationship between treatments and outcomes to allow a reduction of the annual $2.6 trillion U.S. health care spend. To achieve this, we must incentivize funding of accurate diagnostics for all diseases and comparative effectiveness research. Visit: