Precision Medicine and Systems Biology
Precision medicine aims to integrate the individual patient situation and reliable medical knowledge in equal measure in clinical decision-making. Digitized care processes and valid clinical decision support systems can only form a stable basis for sustainable implementation in practice if they work together. Increasingly, systemic biological models are being used for decision-making instead of solitary biomarkers. The participatory inclusion of the patient’s will in the decision-making process as well as a continuously updated evidence assessment are further challenges here.
Contributions to this topic area can come from the following areas, for example:
- Translation from science to Standard Care
- Translation of systems biology models into clinical decision support.
- Digitization of tumor boards
- Participation of patients in decision making
- Integration of quality of life as a decision indicator in the course of chronic diseases
- Contribution of individual trajectories to the evidence of medical knowledge.
- Quality management in clinical decision-making processes