Payors See 'Marginal' Return on Personalized Medicine Investment | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, DC — A new Deloitte Center for Health Solutions report has shown that payors reimbursing for genetic tests to guide treatment see a "marginal" return on their investment.

The study, called "The ROI for Targeted Therapies: A Strategic Perspective Assessing the Barriers and Incentives for Adopting Personalized Medicine," showed that "all stakeholder groups experience a positive ROI under certain conditions, although payors received only a marginal benefit and that is after six years."

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