The Ohio State University Medical Center
The Ohio State University Medical Center’s Center for Personalized Health Care (CPHC), created in 2005, facilitates and advocates for the creation and practice of healthcare methods based on the principles of P4 Medicine or predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory medicine. What results is a tailored approach to wellness, disease prevention and, when required, health care. Personalized health care overarches all Ohio State University Medical Center initiatives.
The CPHC (www.cphc.osu.edu) serves as an advocate and facilitator of research, education, prevention and treatments designed to meet patients’ individual needs. Its missions are to create a pipeline for innovation and accelerate the application and dissemination of discovery to realize the promise of personalized health care and advocate for P4 Medicine locally, nationally and internationally and has recently entered a partnership with the Seattle-based Institute for Systems Biology to form the P4 Medicine Institute in 2010.