Nadia Haque is the director of the precision medicine program at Henry Ford Health System, an academic integrated delivery system in Detroit. Nadia is tasked with scaling a cancer precision medicine program across the Henry Ford Cancer Institute. She holds a doctorate degree in Pharmacy, and a Masters in Health Services Administration.
This interview with Nadia Haque, director of the precision medicine program at Henry Ford Health System, and Bat-Ami Katzman Gordon, director for precision medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, will look at how analytics play a key role scaling a precision medicine program throughout a healthcare organization. What's more, Nadia and Bat-Ami will explain how data integrity and interoperability are key to extending precision medicine into the community to address disparities in care.
- System-wide education around analytics and governance drive increased interoperability.
- Analytics is key to precision medicine success and changing the way healthcare is delivered.
- How to expand system-wide care processes into the surrounding community.