Two-thirds of healthcare organizations believe personalized medicine is already having a measurable effect on patient outcomes, according to a new survey. Even more, 75 percent, say it will impact their organizations over the next two years.
Meanwhile, 92 percent of respondents said in five years their hospital will no longer be focused on traditional approaches to care, according to the survey, from Oxford Economics and SAP, which polled 120 healthcare professionals in Europe and North America.
“Personalized medicine offers better and more efficient ways to address a wide range of challenging medical issues,” said Edward Cone, deputy director of thought leadership and technology practice lead at Oxford Economics, in a statement.Read More On www.healthcareitnews.com
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