Susanne Haga and Lori Orlando were welcomed as guest editors for the upcoming Special Issue of the Journal of Personalized Medicine. This Special Issue, Personalized Medicine in Clinical Practice, aims to highlight the current state of the utilization (or implementation) of genomic technologies (including family history) in various clinical practices and showcase innovative and novel approaches to integrating genomic technologies into practice.
"In particular, we are interested in examples of innovative clinical programs and evidence of provider utilization, patient acceptance, cost-effectiveness, and/or feasibility," said Haga and Orlando in their message from the guest editors. "Papers may address use of telemedicine, as well as other aspects of digital health to solve challenges in resource-limited settings (e.g., limited access to geneticists, genetic counselors), molecular review boards, team-based care, and other clinical delivery approaches."
This special issue is now open for submission. Deadline for manuscript submissions is April 15, 2020.