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DESPITE BARRIERS, COMMUNITY SPECIALTY CLINICIANS ARE EAGER TO ADOPT PRECISION MEDICINE TOOLS

GUEST POST BY Vicki Albrecht, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and General Manager of ION Solutions Fueled by technological advances, scientific breakthroughs and significant financial investments, precision medicine (PM) has emerged as a promising approach to disease prevention and treatment. A multi-faceted solution to patient care, PM can improve patient outcomes and increase the effectiveness of … Continue reading this entry

3 Pressing Challenges for Personalized Medicine

Personalized medicine can be described as the science of targeted therapies. Advances in diagnostic and molecular medicine have made it possible to more precisely identify alternative treatment options for patients based on their unique genetic or clinical profiles. According to an article published by the FDA in the spring of 2015 (FDA Continues to Lead … Continue reading this entry

Navigating the Diagnostic Commercialization Process

Guest Post By: Perry Dimas, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Premier Source, part of AmerisourceBergen The 2015 Business of Personalized Medicine Summit was an inspiring day with talented professionals. One key takeaway was that while diagnostics hold the promise of getting the right medicine to the right patient at the right time, much … Continue reading this entry

AmerisourceBergen Guest Post: Solutions to Overcome Reimbursement Challenges in Personalized Medicine

Guest Post by Amy Grogg, PharmD, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Commercialization, AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group The continued development and refinement of personalized medicine (PM) has offered an opportunity to revolutionize medical practice and improve outcomes by providing treatments for patients with the notion that “this drug is for you.” The promise of personalized medicine … Continue reading this entry

Will Personalized Medicine Survive Alternative Payment Models?

There is no doubt that health care costs in the United States are rising. According to a recent study published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, personal health care expenditures in the United States totaled $2.5 trillion, a 3.8% increase from 2012. The per capita personal health care expenditure for the total … Continue reading this entry