NIH Unveils FY2016–2020 Strategic Plan

On December 16th, 2015, the National Institutes of Health "released the NIH-Wide Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2016-2020: Turning Discovery Into Health" which is directly available by clicking here. In the world of human health, the successes of many interdependent factors are relied upon to support the framework of further advancement. In key areas such as technological development and innovation, to the NIH-supported workforce (of 300,000 people) and the methods it uses, to proper stewardship of resources and knowledge, the fiscal plan details the most important areas sought to hold promise in turning discovery into health, including pharmacogenomics - the application of which is believed by the NIH to lead to improved outcomes in the use of several different drugs in real-world clinical settings. 

Read more in the article below to receive more information on the importance of prioritizing your unique health information and the vision the NIH holds for its real-world application in clinical practice.