Georgians expect their family doctors to draw on information from X-rays, bloodwork and other specialized programs to come up with the best strategy for... Legislation creating data analytics center clears hurdle

Georgians expect their family doctors to draw on information from X-rays, bloodwork and other specialized programs to come up with the best strategy for their health. When Georgia lawmakers set strategies for the health of the state, however, they’re working with pieces of data housed in various agencies instead of the big picture.

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