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In the News: Lee Hood on the Future of Personalized Medicine

Dr. Lee Hood, president of ISB, was featured in a cover story for the spring 2014 issue of HFMA (Healthcare Financial Management Association) Leadership Magazine. He spoke on the future of personalized medicine.

“Wellness is not going to emerge out of the current healthcare industry. New thrusts don’t emerge out of old bureaucracies. New approaches emerge out of new institutions that are set up for them.” – Dr. Lee Hood

Read the interview: "The Future of Personalized Medicine"

Read the sidebar: "What P4 Means for Health Systems"

Celebrity photographer John Keatley shot the images of Lee, including the cover photo. Click below to see a short video capture.

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