D2 16:15 T1- George Poste, Arizona State University; Lotte Steuten, Fred Hutch; and Shari Ling, CMS from PMWC Intl on Vimeo.

Day 2 Track 1 Session: The Economics of Bringing Precision Medicine to the Clinic

Precision Medicine’s value is undeniable. But what about its financial impact? And how should we assess its value beyond the field of oncology? This session will cover the unsustainable economics at play, reimbursement challenges and policies, and cost-based pricing versus value-based pricing, from a patient, pharma, payor, and molecular diagnostics perspective.

G. Poste. Going Viral: What Are the Risks of Emerging Infectious Diseases?. Second Annual Future of War Conference. Washington, D.C. (Mar 10 2016)

Poste, G. (2014, August). Why Internet Traffic Directors Should Sit Down with Biologists: George Poste Talks Complex Systems. Retrieved from (http://mendelspod.com/podcast/why-internet-traffic-directors-should-sit-down-biologists-george-poste-talks-complex-systems/?utm_content=buffer69f21&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer)

George Poste, Chief Scientist, Complex Adaptive Systems; Regents’ Professor and Del E. Webb Chair in Health Innovation, ASU

Bio and Contact Info

Listen (5:51) A paradigm shift to systems thinking

Listen (4:28) Note to those setting curriculums

Listen (4:37) How do we bring the clinical and research worlds closer together?

Listen (8:53) Simulating complex adaptive systems

Listen (2:46) Science only one of the challenges

Listen (5:13) Why the disparity in reimbursement rates for Rx and Dx?

Listen (7:51) Something special happening at ASU

Dr. George Poste Genomics Keynote Fri Feb 8 2013
UC Hastings College of the Law

Watch live streaming video from uchastings at livestream.com

Computational Challenges and Opportunities in Personalized Medicine
Presented by: George Poste, Arizona State University