Over 70% of Orgs Say Precision Medicine Meets or Tops Expectations

Seventy-three percent of precision medicine adopters say these initiatives have neared or exceeded their expectations, with organizations using clinical analytics solutions and real-world data to meet their goals, according to a global survey from XIFIN and the Journal of Precision Medicine. Approximately 59 percent of participants said that their EHR, EMR, or similar solutions did not meet or only partially met the needs of hands-on precision medicine users, indicating that success will require more advanced tools. The fundamental design of EHRs makes them unsuitable for precision medicine programs because detailed patient data, such as biomarkers, are locked within a PDF, explained Nigel Russell, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Precision Medicine

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