Precision Medicine Institute
Symposium 2019
Strategies for innovators pursuing excellence in clinical care

Held May 2-3, 2019
Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, LA

CEOs and administrators at the nation’s leading health networks and hospitals recognize this truth: precision medicine is poised to transform clinical care in ways that experts say will be highly disruptive to health networks, particularly those that are slow to respond to this
important trend.

That makes it imperative for CEOs and senior administrators at health networks everywhere to get answers to these two questions:
1) How is precision medicine now changing clinical care today, including specific programs already used by networks and physicians to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and open the door to new sources
of revenue?

2) What precision medicine strategy is best for my health network and its hospitals?

Attendees found answers to both questions at our Precision Medicine Institute Symposium 2019, which took place Thursday and Friday, May 2-3 at the Sheraton Hotel in New Orleans, LA.

During this intensive 1 1/2 day conference, the nation’s first movers and early adopters discussed their first programs to infuse precision medicine into specific areas of clinical care. On topics ranging from spectacular success in oncology and cancer care, offering patients access to pharmacogenetic testing in primary care settings, and more, there were sessions and speakers with up-to-the minute insights integral to the development of the right precision medicine strategies for today’s health networks.

What our attendees are saying

Precision medicine is becoming real. It's no longer something for an egghead institution to dabble in. It can be used as a strategic advantage in terms of delivering efficient care, competing with other health systems, ways of making sure that patients are having as much risk mitigated as possible. It's an ideal opportunity to really fine-tune a health system. a really engaged audience and the type you don't normally get to speak with. Having leadership at health systems, at health companies, at other types of health enterprises, you have a different type of thinking. The networking is strong.
Howard McCloud, MD Medical Director, Personalized MedicineMoffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL

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