China's Health Card Program Offers Potential For Massive Data Mining
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Fifty percent of the country's residents are slated to receive electronic medical cards by year's end, establishing a system that could vastly improve personalized care, comparative effectiveness research and adverse event monitoring.
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