Increase healthcare efficiency
The global crisis of chronic diseases and failure of public health to stem the rise in highly preventable risk factors have left populations vulnerable to acute health emergencies.
Chronic conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, immune disorders, and respiratory diseases are hugely complex and require more personalized diagnosis and treatment.
But, until now, chronic diseases have benefited little from precision medicine approaches compared to cancer and rare diseases.
This has led to a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to healthcare with clinical pathways defined by diagnostic labels rather than the disease biology of an individual patient, which is expensive, inefficient and leaves millions of people with unmet medical needs.