13th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference
11/14/17 - 11/16/17 Boston, MA
Guided by personalized medicine's promise of a more efficient and effective health system, representatives from every sector of the health system will convene at the 13th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference to define the landscape and outlook for personalized medicine in science, business and policy. The conference will explore, among other topics, how an under-studied value proposition, information technology challenges and practical obstacles at the point of care complicate efforts to bring personalized medicine to patients — and how emerging partnership models, economic utility studies and real-world evidence may offer solutions.
The agenda includes:
• An exploration of the implications of CRISPR-Cas9 and gene therapy for medicine and humanity
• A fireside chat with a pharmaceutical industry representative on the pricing of personalized medicines
• A discussion of case studies on the economic value of personalized medicine
• Detailed clinical insights from patients, providers and payers
Registration, including a free option for press is available here.
Contact: Christopher Wells, director, communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org.