We see a backlog in the effective and efficient integration of personalized medicine applications such as genome-based information and technologies into healthcare systems. This article aims to expand on the steps of a published innovative model, which addresses the bottleneck of real-time integration into healthcare. We present a deconstruction of the Learning-Adapting-Leveling model to simplify the steps. We found out that throughout the technology transfer pipeline, contacts, assessments and adaptations/feedback loops are made with health needs assessment, health technology assessment and health impact assessment professionals in the same order by the academic-industrial complex, resulting in early-on involvement of all stakeholders. We conclude that the model steps can be used to resolve the bottleneck of implementation of personalized medicine application into healthcare systems.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Molecular Medicine