While the Obama administration has made its Precision Medicine Initiative a priority, the vast majority of healthcare organizations are taking a wait-and-see approach to implementing personalized medicine, according to a new survey from HIMSS Analytics.

Only 29 percent of respondents are conducting precision medicine within their organizations, the survey found. Results were based on a web-based survey of 137 chief medical information officers and chief medical officers, physicians, biomedical directors and pathology directors.

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