Prevention for those who can pay: insurance reimbursement of genetic-based preventive interventions in the liminal state between health and disease

@inproceedings{Prince2015PreventionFT,
  title={Prevention for those who can pay: insurance reimbursement of genetic-based preventive interventions in the liminal state between health and disease},
  author={Anya E R Prince},
  booktitle={Journal of law and the biosciences},
  year={2015}
}
Clinical use of genetic testing to predict adult onset conditions allows individuals to minimize or circumvent disease when preventive medical interventions are available. Recent policy recommendations and changes expand patient access to information about asymptomatic genetic conditions and create mechanisms for expanded insurance coverage for genetic tests. The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) recommends that laboratories provide incidental findings of medically… CONTINUE READING
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