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CED and Personalized Medicine: A Perfect Match?

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Medicare is hoping to refine the coverage with evidence development a better process to make it a better tool for driven more cost effective health care. Personalized medicine advocates are trying to drive better adoption of genomic-guided treatment strategies. Is this a match made in heaven?

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