Physicians Struggle With Antiquated Reimbursement for Next-Generation Testing

Tony Berberabe, MPH @OncBiz_Wiz
Published: Friday, May 22, 2015
Richard L. Schilsky, MD

Richard L. Schilsky, MD

The growing use of genetic biomarker tests to screen, monitor, diagnose, and treat patients with cancer has the potential to improve outcomes and reduce costs (Table), but payment systems for covering and reimbursing for these tests have fallen behind the times.

Alvin Martin, MD

Tissue Limitations Make Comprehensive Testing More Practical

Table. Use and Potential Economic Value of Cancer Biomarkers

Source: Schneider JE, Sidhu MK, Doucet C, et al. Economics of cancer biomarkers. Per Med. 2012;8:829-837.


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