We're all unique. We differ from our fellow human beings in many ways, including our illnesses. Today, however, we treat diseases, symptoms, or reasons rather than individual patient cases. While we know human biology and our diseases better than ever before, the usual routine and patterns of healthcare are still predominant as of 2020. Personalised healthcare is aimed at leaving behind this approach.
How can we reform the healthcare system for the benefit of future generations?
Personalised healthcare can be more efficient, and make health care systems sustainable in the face of rising costs. This requires development and digitisation of healthcare systems, sharing and processing the data collected on different platforms, and integrating real world evidence data into clinical trials. Personalized healthcare should be implemented all along the patient pathway, from early precision diagnostics to personalized therapy planning and complex patient management.
Data published here are for informative purposes only, they don’t substitute medical check-ups. If you need further information, please turn to your treating physician.