From telemedicine to genomic editing, the digital health revolution is here.

A FEW DAYS BEFORE this issue closed I traveled to the Cleveland Clinic, in its namesake city by the lake. I’d gone there to see Toby Cosgrove, the path-blazing heart surgeon who became CEO of that hospital system in 2004 and who has guided it to remarkable success ever since. (That’s

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