Precision medicine is the targeting of treatment based on information acquired from techniques such as next-generation sequencing and single-gene tests. These techniques are often considered most impact in oncology, but have implications for cardiovascular disease and neurology as well. This article in Health It Analytics indicates that 60% of survey respondents say that they currently have precision medicine processes in place, while 17% said that they are in the process of developing such strategies. The article also reports that of those that do not plan on pursuing precision medicine, 24% cited insufficient technical infrastructure. This survey suggests that precision medicine is will be the standard in coming years, and that technological barriers to entry will be a challenge for many health systems, especially in small or rural communities.