Volume 37, Issue 8, August 2019
Accounting for Capacity Constraints in Economic Evaluations of Precision Medicine: A Systematic Review
Precision (stratified or personalised) medicine is underpinned by the premise that it is feasible to identify known heterogeneity using a specific test or algorithm in patient populations and to use this information to guide patient care to improve health and well-being. This study aimed to understand if, and how, previous economic evaluations of precision medicine had taken account of the impact of capacity constraints.
Stuart J. Wright, William G. Newman, Katherine Payne