Precision Health in the News
Op-Eds by Dean Lloyd Minor
WSJ: What Being a Doctor Did — and Didn’t — Teach Me About Leadership — April 12, 2017
The quick-acting, one-shot approach to getting things right in surgery is 180 degrees off when it comes to making decisions in a leadership position. My job today requires that I cultivate dialogue, build trust, incorporate feedback and move forward together.
WSJ: The Secret to Getting Young Men to Go to the Doctor — March 3, 2017
In a recent study by ClickWell Care co-creators Sumbul Desai and Lauren Cheung, men were more likely than women to receive all of their care virtually – a finding that may affect how we engage with and deliver care to men going forward.
Quartz: The Immigration Ban Is Literally Bad for Your Health — February 27, 2017
I continue to be deeply concerned about recent efforts by the federal government to restrict immigration. Not only are such efforts antithetical to our values, but they also stand to impact the innovation we need to develop the cures of tomorrow.
Forbes Tech: We Don't Just Need Precision Medicine, We Need Precision Health — January 6, 2016
If the amazing scientific advances of recent years can help us more effectively treat disease based on individual factors, shouldn’t we also put them to work by helping us keep people from getting sick in the first place?
LinkedIn Posts by Dean Lloyd Minor
The ACA hangs in the balance – all the more reason to stop getting sick — January 30, 2017
With the future of the Affordable Care Act now hanging in the balance, we have to double-down on our efforts to avoid getting sick altogether. This will require the incredible courage to create whole new approaches for overcoming disease.
Can the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and Stanford really beat disease? I think so. — September 21, 2016
A collaboration between Stanford, UC San Francisco, and UC Berkeley, the new Biohub will engage in basic research projects with the aim of curing all diseases by the end of the century. Fundamental research is our most constant and reliable engine of discovery.
Does precision health sound like futuristic hype? It's not. Here's why it's way more promising than many realize. — July 14, 2016
The ultimate goal of Precision Health is to bring about a world where we use all relevant knowledge to prevent disease before it strikes and cure it decisively if it does. It’s a world in which we enable our bodies to be their best, from the start.
The future of healthcare must be predictive and preventive—here's why — May 3, 2016
By collecting and analyzing large and diverse datasets, we can break new ground on what it means to be a healthy human being, and explain why people get ill, how to prevent illness and which treatments work best for whom.
Precision Health Mentions
Wall Street Journal (Steve Rosenbush): Algorithms Will Drive Future Health Gains, Dean of Stanford Medical School Predicts — April 21, 2017
Fortune Daily (Clifton Leaf): Why 'Precision Medicine' Isn't Precise Enough — April 10, 2017