MaineHealth’s chief academic officer, Doug Sawyer, and Maine Medical Center’s director of cardiothoracic research, Bob Kramer, partnered with the Roux Institute’s Rai Winslow, director of life science and medicine research, and Melanie Tory, director of data visualization research. Winslow is a world-renowned leader in computational medicine, an emerging discipline that he helped create, and Tory is an expert in human-data interaction. Computational medicine involves building computer models of human physiology to understand how disease develops and then using those models to design new diagnostics and treatments personalized to a patient’s needs. This approach, coupled with effective interfaces to convey the information to clinicians, helps clinicians deliver precise, individualized care to patients. For example, wearable technologies allow caregivers to monitor patients’ health on a more continuous basis at a hospital or clinic, or even when the patient is home.