ICPerMed Study on ‘Challenges, Opportunities, and Facilitators in Implementing Personalised Medicine’

ICPerMed has published three documents presenting a review of challenges and identified facilitators for the implementation of personalised medicine in healthcare practices formulated as recommendations.

ICPerMed has developed a study on ‘Challenges, Opportunities, and Facilitators in Implementing Personalised Medicine’ outlining strategies for integrating personalised medicine into healthcare systems. The aim is to improve health outcomes and create sustainable healthcare systems through research, development, innovation, and implementation. The study identifies significant hurdles for personalised medicine implementation and offers actionable recommendations for stakeholders, including healthcare professionals, policymakers, patient organizations, and researchers.

Eight major facilitators were identified:

  • Engaging relevant stakeholders in the implementation process of personalised medicine
  • Collaboration between relevant stakeholders during the implementation process of personalised medicine
  • Establishment of a national or regional common strategy
  • Infrastructure needed during the implementation process of personalised medicine
  • Education and training in personalised medicine
  • Resource allocation during the implementation process of personalised medicine
  • Regulations and legislations for personalised medicine approaches
  • Ethical considerations

The results of the study ‘”‘Challenges, Opportunities, and Facilitators in Implementing Personalized Medicine’” ‘can be downloaded on the ICPerMed website.