By Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Daniel Rukavina, Krešimir Pavelić, Gerald G. Sander
This publication bargains accomplished insurance of many of the elements of custom-made medication as an unique method of classifying, knowing, treating and combating ailment in keeping with person organic changes. within the introductory part, it defines custom-made drugs as a manner towards new scientific practices and addresses the query: What can custom-made medication supply voters, doctors, compensation our bodies and stakeholders? next chapters speak about the technological facets of customized drugs: info assortment, entire integration and dealing with of knowledge, including key allowing elements in constructing the considered necessary technological help for customized medication. finally, the e-book explores the most concerns shaping the implementation and improvement of custom-made drugs – schooling, stakeholder participation, infrastructure, a brand new method of the class of ailment and clinical exams, regulatory frameworks, and new repayment types – including moral, criminal and social matters. eventually, the ebook demands interdisciplinarity and a thorough swap within the means we procedure the health of people.
Target teams are doctors and researchers within the box of biomedicine, in addition to specialists from the social sciences facing criminal, financial and social facets of healthiness approach concerns typically. although the booklet will essentially profit those teams specialists, its content material also will entice a much wider readership, because it offers with a paradigm shift in a single of society’s major pillars – the health and wellbeing system.
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It seems that the existing risk as well as the security of patients and access to new markets and technologies in the global context can complement and support each other, with observance of the highest ethical principles. The issue of risk of new medical technologies shapes the specific construction of the EU market for those technologies. The underlying question is how to frame a safe market for consumers/patients. 56 Different regulatory pathways for diagnostic medical devices and marketing of medicinal products are justified by the different nature of the products, but both frameworks aim to ensure a high level of public 52 Deutscher Bundestag (2009), p.
However, all modern health care systems are based on principles of universality and solidarity. 36 Absence of equivalence between contributions and benefits is one of the most salient aspects of the principle of solidarity. 39 The question that arises is: what consequences would the introduction of personalized medicine in compulsory health insurance systems have? Is it possible and would it destruct or reconstruct the essential features of compulsory health insurance? Would it be accessible to all or just certain groups of insured persons and to which extent?
A bulletproof protection of personal health data and patient’s personality rights is a necessity, but even the hardest armor is not impenetrable. , determines one’s personality or identity, as well as the degree of that personality. In objective terms, right of personality is defined as a set of norms of legal-ethical order regulating the right of each legal subject to expression and development of his/her own personality, in accordance with the degree of psycho-social development. 2 This request is directed to everyone, including the state.
Personalized Medicine: A New Medical and Social Challenge by Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Daniel Rukavina, Krešimir Pavelić, Gerald G. Sander