A variety of digital health technologies—from wearables to medical imaging—provide valuable data on many aspects of our health and environment. Including these data fills the gaps in other clinical assessments and provides real-time feedback.
Reading Your DNA
The genome contains the blueprints for your cells passed to you by your parents. Sequencing the complete genome sequence powers the diagnosis of hereditary diseases and allows for the prediction of an individual’s risk for certain diseases
Measuring Metabolic Health
Metabolites are small molecules like glucose and lactate that are involved in energy metabolism. Measuring hundreds of metabolites and lipids provides a snapshot of how your body is converting food into chemical energy used by your cells.
Assessing Gut Health
Over 100 trillion microbes live in your gut, some performing helpful functions but others causing disease. Sequencing the gut microbiome provides insights into the immune system, brain health, and even how certain drugs are metabolized.
Profiling Cellular Function
Proteins are large molecules coded by your DNA that perform specific cellular functions like catalyzing biochemical reactions and transporting molecules. Profiling thousands of proteins allows a glimpse into the tasks your cells can currently perform.
Shifting healthcare from a disease orientation to a focus on wellness has the potential to be the most transformational change in the history of medicine. Our partner ecosystem is working to catalyze this change through a data-driven, systems approach to health and wellness.
Lee Hood, MD, PhD Founder and CEO, Phenome Health
We are partnering with leading organizations to drive the future of healthcare.