Tag Archives: Personalized Medicine

Sneak Preview of This Week’s Business of Personalized Medicine Summit

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This year marks the 15th anniversary of the completion of the Human Genome Project. In the decade and a half that has passed since, the genomic revolution has spurred an immeasurable level of excitement and support surrounding the promise of personalized medicine, setting high expectations for a new era of health care and rapidly transforming … Continue reading this entry

Breaking Down Barriers Between Pre-clinical and Clinical Adoption of Personalized Medicine

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Personalized medicine will change how health care is delivered and disease is prevented and treated. But first, how disease and health is defined, as well as the clinical development and adoption of new therapies must align with current theories of disease and treatment.… Continue reading this entry

Proving Utility, Demonstrating Value: How to Align the Moving Parts in Personalized Medicine Reimbursement

Of the many business, operational, legal, regulatory and clinical obstacles standing in the way of widespread delivery of personalized medicine, the single greatest challenge may lie in solving the reimbursement puzzle. Advocates of personalized medicine contend that it results in better care for the patient, as therapy is targeted specific to an individual, and that … Continue reading this entry

Forget Bigger Data – Personalized Medicine Needs Smarter Data to Reach its Full Potential

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The advent of big data has helped enable the growth of personalized medicine. But if machine learning and analytics are to truly help transform health care, it won’t be through bigger data, but through harmonized, smarter data.… Continue reading this entry