Precision Medicine According to Christensen
Precision Medicine according to Christensen is basically a disruptive solution for healthcare, which means that provision of care for diseases whose causes are understood can precisely be diagnosed and can therefore be treated with predictably effective rules-based therapies. In this case, genomics play a major role. Collectively, Precision medicine is characterized by three fundamental features: the ability to detect casual factors, an understanding of what actually causes a disease and the ability to treat root causes of the diseases effectively (Carey 50).
Specific Technology-Based Enablers of Precision Medicine
Precisely, there are three Technological Enablers that are defined by Christensen that are brought about by innovation: from computers, photography, ...