History from the 50s to next generation sequencing 2017;19(11):1268–75. Examining the costs of genomic sequencing in patients with cancer is important because the process is more complex in cancer than in other diseases. Springer Nature. Pharmgenomics Pers Med. A societal perspective including all costs to third-payers (e.g. Due to library preparation and sequencing steps being outsourced to commercial providers in three projects, no breakdown of these costs were possible and therefore, steps 3 and 4 were combined. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. The lung/melanoma and breast cancer panel applications are routinely implemented within the health system. In future, researchers should fully report the costs involved in sequencing, as per the seven components here, to enable trends to be more accurately monitored. Sequencers produce so much data that it’s not uncommon for a single lab to generate more than a billion files in a year. It should be emphasized that the costs presented here reflect the commercial prices involved in sequencing activities where there is limited market competition. The relative scaling behavior of these evolving technologies will impact genomics research moving forward. https://doi.org/10.1111/cge.13199 Epub 2018 Feb 8. Article  These were the: purpose of testing, sequencing method, sequencing platforms, reading depth/coverage, automation, extent of checking, validation and confirmatory testing, supplier prices, services outsourced, bioinformatics experience and data storage (refer to Additional file 2 for more details). The annual equivalent cost inputs were tested in sensitivity analyses. We estimated short-term storage of sequencing data (i.e., 5 year – given cloud storage is potentially very long term) on the basis of ‘near line’ or infrequent use of cloud storage at USD 0.01 per gigabyte (GB) and we tested for ‘regional’ or frequent use at USD 0.025 per GB and ‘coldline’ or very infrequent use USD 0.007 per GB in sensitivity analysis. Enancio’s genomic data compression technology offers optimal levels of speed and efficiency, and nicely complements other Illumina informatics solutions. J Clin Oncol. The projects included a total of 1433 patients with melanoma (383 saliva samples), melanoma or lung cancer (745 tumour samples), oesophageal cancer (100 blood/tumour matched samples), lung cancer (10 blood tumour matched samples) breast cancer (192 blood samples) or mesothelioma (3 blood/tumour matched samples). statement and Marino P, Touzani R, Perrier L, Rouleau E, Kossi DS, Zhaomin Z, et al. Eur J Hum Genet. Data collection was assisted by KN, AB and AR. Once these data stores ready, they can be used for application-specific analysis, which is done by researchers for their own projects. The new data. https://doi.org/10.1586/14737159.2014.929499 Epub 2014 Aug 21. Is the $1000 Genome as Near as We Think? This annual cost was divided by the estimated samples per patient throughout 1 year. CAS  Taken in the context of … Here is an example workflow for doing NGS on premises: In this example, the DNA sequencers are generating many small BCL files or base calls, which are unordered DNA sequence fragments. PubMed Google Scholar. Genome sequencing was revolutionized by the introduction of commercial pyrose-quencing and the release of the Roche 454 GS20 in 2006, which could produce 20 Mbp per run. Google Scholar. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone eCollection 2018. 1). Per patient costs were AU$871 for melanoma (exome sequencing), AU$2788 for lung cancer (exome sequencing), AU$4830 for oesophageal cancer (genome sequencing), AU$429 for lung cancer/melanoma (targeted panel), AU$347 for breast cancer (targeted panel) and AU$2895 for mesothelioma (genome sequencing) (Table 2). https://doi.org/10.1038/gim.2016.221.%20Epub%207%20Jan%2026. 2017;2:16. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41525-017-0017-4 eCollection 2017. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. Application of next-generation sequencing to improve cancer management: a review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. High-level intellectual input, expertise and data interpretation was provided by AB, DS, NG, PW. Some monetary costs were difficult to estimate as hospital or laboratory records did not have these readily available (e.g., costs of data storage and tissue sampling), or laboratory funding was not organised on a per project basis for straight-forward calculation. Qumulo’s file system handles small files, such as TIFF and BCL, as efficiently as large ones. Future work assessing individual-level costs for the same sequencing approach by different cancer types are required. These technologies are enabling ambitious genome sequencing endeavours, such as the 1000 Genomes Project and 1001 (Arabidopsis thaliana) Genomes Project.The storage and transfer of the tremendous amount of genomic data … Gene discovery is rapidly evolving and could be viewed as a necessary consideration for costing with re-analysis of stored data likely to be more commonplace and will give rise to higher costs per patient than presented here. Costs … Our findings improve the understanding of the many cost components of genomic sequencing, highlight the difficulties in measuring costs in a highly commercialized area and should assist health economists who are undertaking cost-effectiveness analyses of clinical genomics. Clinical genetic testing for gene panels is routinely occurring in melanoma of the skin, colorectal cancers, and breast cancers [6]. See how radically simple it is to manage your file data at massive scale across hybrid cloud environments. Doble B, Tan M, Harris A, Lorgelly P. Modeling companion diagnostics in economic evaluations of targeted oncology therapies: systematic review and methodological checklist. https://doi.org/10.2217/pme-016-0089 Epub 2017 May 5. These include resources for obtaining the sample, laboratory staff time (and overheads), consumables, analysis, data storage and report generation and providing results to clinicians. 2018;26(3):314–23. Despite these ancillary resources being useful to advance scientific knowledge and enhance future clinical decisions, they are outside the remit of the typical hospital system operating costs [28]. This incurs extra costs for the commercial provider but did not affect their fee charged. CAS  Features of sequencing that will influence costs. Multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification. The relative scaling behavior of these evolving technologies will impact genomics … Part of Queensland Genomics, Queensland Health, Queensland Government. Estimates for how much it cost to map that first genome go as high as 3 billion dollars. The cost-effectiveness of returning incidental findings from next-generation genomic sequencing. This was included in step 4 ‘sequencing’. Bennette CS, Gallego CJ, Burke W, Jarvik GP, Veenstra DL. 2016;16(5):521–32. Qumulo makes 100% of user-provisioned capacity available for file storage, in contrast to legacy scale-up and scale-out NAS that only recommend using 70% to 80% of usable capacity. Market prices for laboratory supplies were provided by each project staff or estimated from the market. On account of their larger size, we estimate the cost to store a single genome (120GB in size) to be approximately $14 over ten years. Drummond M, Sculpher MJ, Torrance GW, O'Brien BJ, Stoddart GL. Genomic sequencing for medical diagnosis and decision-making is often considered for public funding within an economic evaluation framework [8,9,10,11]. J Mol Diagn. Privacy Estimated costs to the public health system for resources were categorised into seven distinct activities in the sequencing process: sampling, extraction, library preparation, sequencing, analysis, data storage and clinical reporting. California Privacy Statement, Using the natural steps involved in sequencing and categorising resources accordingly, future evaluations of costs or cost-effectiveness of clinical genomics across cancer projects could be more standardised and facilitate easier comparison of cost drivers. When the salaries of scientists performing DNA extraction, sequencing and analysis were 20% lower or higher than the pay level used (as per current health department pay scales), the total costs varied by 2.4% (range 0.5 to 5.4%) across the six projects. Shabaruddin FH, Fleeman ND, Payne K. Economic evaluations of personalized medicine: existing challenges and current developments. 2018;15(10):247. To view a copy of this licence, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. PubMed  Additional capital costs for sequencers ranged from AU$34–197 (2018 €21–61). In this study, they varied by AU$81 per patient between the targeted panels (sequencing only one sample/patient) to AU$1917 within exome, and AU$1935 within whole genome sequencing methods. FASTQ files have become the standard format for storing NGS data from Illumina sequencing … 2018;26(3):314–23. Genomic data is predicted to reach 2-40 exabytes/year … We included sequencing instrumentation and maintenance separately because capital equipment would not normally be covered in a government health service operating budget. For example, 30% of the oesophageal cancer samples did not have the minimum 40% tumour content required so another tumour biopsy was retrieved (from three tumour biopsy samples per patient originally stored). Library preparation and sequencing costs of the lung/melanoma project were combined. System administrators can apply quotas in real time. We employed a combination of gross costing (aggregated resource use for a group and separated into per patient units) with micro-costing (units per patient) and valued using a bottom-up approach (i.e., costs assigned per unit) [27]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmoldx.2013.06.002 Epub Aug 21. Using the natural steps involved in sequencing and categorising resources accordingly, future evaluations of sequencing costs could be more standardised and facilitate easier comparison of cost drivers. Also, efficiency has reduced costs, which means that more organizations can do more sequencing. However, better biopsy samples present an opportunity for cost savings. Schwarze K, Buchanan J, Fermont JM, Dreau H, Tilley MW, Taylor JM, et al. Ideally, a stronger design would capture individual-level data that could be statistically analysed, although it may still be challenging to obtain accurate per patient resource units. The datasets used and/or analysed during the current study are provided in the Supplementary files and available from the corresponding author on reasonable request. Data were obtained for six projects involving genomic sequencing for patients with cancer in Brisbane, Australia from June 2017 to June 2018. Curr Oncol (Toronto, Ont). With Universal Storage, pipelines run faster, administration is easier, and the data … Through continuous innovation, Illumina has helped reduce the cost of NGS, enabling the $1000 human genome. With emerging sequencing methods and automated processes, these cost drivers will continue to fluctuate until more standardized, steady state sequencing methods are developed. There is significant interest in genomic sequencing in oncology due to its potential to advance diagnostics and personalise treatments, as well as to improve our understanding of treatment responses and the causes and mechanisms of tumour development. Today, it would cost around $1,000. (2016) where capital costs were 0.6–10.5% of total costs by panel testing up to whole genome testing, our findings found the range was 1.9–10.6% using conservative caseloads [23]. The new technology will be the backbone of a class of products conceived to implement genomic applications with new features for data access and handling as well as with a dramatic reduction of storage costs supporting transfer from sequencing facilities to storage … Lack of collaboration can slow down how long it takes to get results, which can delay the time it takes for a product to get to market. Diagram of the scope of resources included in the cost-analysis. The resulting need for sample retrieval and re-sequencing, impacts on resource use and costs. Plothner M, Frank M, von der Schulenburg JG. An organization can take advantage of EC2 spot instances to keep costs down. Genomic sequencing costs within cancer vary with the purpose of testing such as risk prediction or personalised treatment (dictating the need for germline only or matched germline and tumour samples per patient), and the commercial sequencing rates offered, among others. Article  2018;19(4):235–46. 2015;33(18):2084–91. In late 2014, Google Genomics began offering to store genomic data for 2.2 cents per gigabyte per month, which works out to $26 a year for 100 gigabytes. PubMed  CAS  2017;19(8):867–74. Mol Genet Genomic Med. Globally, sequence data doubles approximately every seven months and is outstripping YouTube, Twitter, and astronomy in terms of storage growth. The main unit of analysis was ‘per patient’ as opposed to per sample where matched blood and tumour samples are required per case. Sabatini LM, Mathews C, Ptak D, Doshi S, Tynan K, Hegde MR, et al. Multiple systems can also cause data silos, so that one group of researchers may not be able to access data another team is using. As the cost of sequencing continues to decrease and the amount of sequence data generated grows, new paradigms for data storage and analysis are increasingly important. Article  Expert Rev Mol Diagn. It was not required for the lung/melanoma cancer project because they did not aim to detect these types of genetic variants and the other projects involved exome/genome sequencing technologies which cover these variants. Genomic sequencing procedure microcosting analysis and health economic cost-impact analysis: a report of the Association for Molecular Pathology. A recent Canadian study analysed patient-level data over 3 years on a mixed cancer cohort and found whole genome sequencing costs of CA$34,886 (2018 US$27,227) per patient [13] while costs were CA$5519 (2018 US$4307) [14] per patient for autism spectrum disorder and CA$2851 (2018 US$2225) [15] for paediatric conditions. Genet Med. Using six applications of genomic sequencing and different cancer types helps to assess the variability by cancer type. These studies present costs for different units of analysis (per patient/case, per sample or per analysis) and categorise resources differently (e.g., pre-sequencing, sequencing, post-sequencing versus labour, equipment, consumables, storage, bioinformatic analysis). Article  BMC Health Serv Res 20, 492 (2020). 2a-f). These technologies and sequencing platforms continue to evolve. Indeed, in many jurisdictions, research activities are ineligible for public funding through the healthcare system. 2015;8:115–26. Even though some resources are fixed, for example employing staff to work in a laboratory over a fixed period, the units involved such as hours of staff time can vary and were apportioned to the time spent on the patient samples. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated in a credit line to the data. https://doi.org/10.1200/JCO.2014.59.3665 Epub 2015 May 4. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41431-017-0081-3 Epub 2018 Jan 24. 2016;31(7):887–94. Cost effectiveness of sequencing 34 Cancer-associated genes as an aid for treatment selection in patients with metastatic melanoma. Article  According to Nephos, the Genomics England team decreased storage costs by 75 percent per genome compared with the previous environment. Payne K, Gavan SP, Wright SJ, Thompson AJ. No further administrative permissions were required to access and use the data in the study. PubMed  Sensitivity analyses were performed on several variables where values were uncertain (Additional file 2 and Additional file 3 ). Like all new medical technologies, genomic sequencing technologies need to be evaluated for their health, social and economic impacts before being widely implemented [4, 5]. Terms and Conditions, For each setting, we collected data from laboratory staff, project records and public hospital databases (Additional file 1 for full details). Cost-effectiveness analyses of genetic and genomic diagnostic tests. Google Scholar. Qumulo provides a central file storage system, that is suited for all types of genomic data. As a proportion of total per patient costs (excluding capital equipment), three-quarters were for the combined library preparation and sequencing steps (average 76.8%, range 56.3 to 86.7%), while the other steps were small by comparison; DNA extraction (average 8.1%, range 6.2 to 13.1%), data analysis (average 9.2%, range 2.0 to 26.9%) and data storage (average 2.8%, range 0.5 to 7.5%) (Table 2). In addition, three projects sequenced both tumour and blood DNA to allow identification of tumour-specific pathogenic variations. Researchers may use all the data that is generated contained in the BAM and VCF files. Costs were also aggregated according to labour, consumables, testing, equipment and ‘other’ categories. Endris V, Penzel R, Warth A, Muckenhuber A, Schirmacher P, Stenzinger A, et al. Costs were assigned to the unit-level of resources used and aggregated. While the social value of genomic research may be significant, it is likely to remain difficult to measure and value. It is likely the costs may change as projects use local sequencing systems, workforce capacity grows, and sequencing becomes more streamlined. Resources used in the workflow of genomic sequencing are complex and reflect many processes. Estimated costs to the public health system for resources were categorised into seven distinct activities in the sequencing process: sampling, extraction, library preparation, sequencing, analysis, data storage and clinical reporting. Due to the large size of human genome sequence data files (varying from 30 GB to 200 GB depending on coverage), two major challenges facing genomics laboratories are the costs of storage and the efficiency of the initial data … With the improvements in genomic sequencing technologies, automation processes and computing, the price of genomic sequencing is falling and some claim it has reached the ‘$1000 genome’ level [23]. Google Scholar. Eur J Health Econ. After all, you can purchase Terabytes of storage from Amazon for a couple of thousand dollars. Consumables for library preparation, capture and sequencing were the most expensive cost steps (Table 3) that were outsourced to commercial providers in three projects. Biol Med. IT administrators are under pressure to find ways to expand and manage storage infrastructure. van Nimwegen KJ, van Soest RA, Veltman JA, Nelen MR, van der Wilt GJ, Vissers LE, et al. LG, TE, NW, AR, XL, KN collated, valued, analyzed and interpreted the resource data. Eur J Human Genet. The per person costs were AU$347–429 (2018 US$240–297) for targeted panels, AU$871–$2788 (2018 US$604–1932) for exome sequencing, and AU$2895–4830 (2018 US$2006-3347) for whole genome sequencing. With Qumulo, researchers can perform their analyses in real-time which translates into cost efficiencies and faster time to market. Qumulo enables workflows that span on-premises data centers and the cloud. Binary Base Call (BCL) files are the raw data files generated by the Illumina sequencers. Comparing methodologies for the cost estimation of hospital services. There were large cost differences within the same technology (i.e., panel, exome, genome). Multiple systems add complexity, which translates into higher maintenance costs. Here is a workflow example that shows how to perform analysis in the cloud with Qumulo for AWS and EC2 spot instances. Patch AM, Nones K, Kazakoff SH, Newell F, Wood S, Leonard C, et al. Gaff CL, Winship IM, Forrest SM, Hansen DP, Clark J, Waring PM, et al. We followed costing methods by Drummond (2005, 28). No patients were directly involved in this study. Our sensitivity analyses showed different inputs to calculating capital equipment had a minor impact on total costs. Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes. Aggregated resource data were captured for a total of 1433 patients and point estimates of per patient costs were generated. Tornado diagrams are presented for the six cancer projects (Fig. There are significant disparities between the number of patients within the exome sequencing estimates (melanoma and lung cancer) and whole genome sequencing (oesophageal cancer and mesothelioma) and caution is required when comparing between these technologies. Whole genome sequencing is ostensibly the process of determining the complete DNA sequence of an organism's genome at a single time. By reporting costs in a more standardised way, the aim of our analysis was to compare costs of sequencing across different genomic technologies and identify the main drivers of per-patient costs. Documenting baseline sequencing specifications and categorising resources into seven logical steps aided comparisons and could be used by others in future work. The costs of capital equipment and maintenance represented 1.9–10.6% additional costs. Our findings show similar costs by these three sequencing technologies, although were in the lower range (including capital costs). In a full economic evaluation, the costs of genomic sequencing, the subsequent changes to patient management and all downstream consequences would be examined [12]. Costs were assigned and aggregated for each project by the seven broad categories. Several others have published studies on micro-costing approaches for genomic sequencing [13, 17, 19, 23, 24]. Preparing for genomic medicine: a real world demonstration of health system change. NPJ Genom Med. It is unclear how sequencing costs will evolve in the future, but large drops are probably unlikely due to fixed resource components and more complex bioinformatic analyses required [23]. Cite this article. 2016;23(5):304–13. Since resource use and costs were deterministic, it was not possible to perform bootstrapping to provide patient-level variation. 2018;13(1):e0190264. Costa S, Regier DA, Meissner B, Cromwell I, Ben-Neriah S, Chavez E, et al. Furthermore, costs of data storage were valued from online cloud-based pricing, but the required storage duration is unclear, and prices are determined by how often the data would need to be re-analysed, if at all. 3rd ed. Cloud Life Sciences (formerly Google Genomics) enables the life sciences community to process biomedical data at scale. 2017;25(12):1303–12. Eur J Hum Genet. Gordon, L.G., White, N.M., Elliott, T.M. Economic evaluations assess the costs and patient outcomes of sequencing applications and compare these with usual clinical practice without sequencing. The estimation of capital equipment is problematic with sequencing costs since new systems are being developed every other year and estimating useful life for amortization may be overestimated (which underestimates costs). BMC Health Services Research Generation of a final report summarising the results of sequencing was included in step 5 ‘analysis’. Legacy storage systems, which are based on 15 or 20-year old designs, cannot meet the demands of modern NGS workflows. Four of the six projects involved research which presents difficulties in quantifying and valuing resources that need research and clinical activities to be separated. For capital equipment, we obtained the annual equivalent cost calculated by the estimated sequencer acquisition divided by an annuity factor and accounting for useful life (5 years) and interest rate (3%) [29]. 2013;3(1):29. https://doi.org/10.1186/2191-1991-3-29. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05318-y, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05318-y. As sequencers become more advanced, they produce more data. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has increased the storage requirements for genomic data dramatically. Costs were reported in 2018 Australian dollars (AUD) and USD (1 USD = AUD 0.6929, www.xe.com). This study has some limitations. In light of the variation in cost-analysis reporting and due to the limited number of studies available, we undertook a cost-analysis on genomic sequencing currently occurring for patients with cancer. Schwarze K, Buchanan J, Taylor JC, Wordsworth S. Are whole-exome and whole-genome sequencing approaches cost-effective? Cost effective and supported by a growing partner ecosystem, Cloud Life Sciences lets you focus on analyzing data … These steps include: 1) sampling, 2) DNA extraction, 3) library preparation, 4) sequencing, 5) analysis, 6) data storage and; 7) reporting to clinicians. Similar to van Nimwegen et al. https://doi.org/10.1373/clinchem.2016.258632 Epub 2016 Sep 14. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has increased the storage requirements for genomic data dramatically. https://doi.org/10.1002/mgg3.281.%20eCollection%202017%20May. A process of demultiplexing assembles BCL files into a FASTQ file, which is a text file that stores the combined output results of the BCL files along with corresponding quality scores. While in the lung cancer setting with only 10 patients, there were very detailed quantities of resource use for exome sequencing. Capital costs for the sequencers were an additional AU$34–197 (2018 US$24–67) per person. J Mol Diagn. For example, a researcher might be working on a targeted therapy for patients whose tumor has a specific gene mutation. Studies have been inconsistent with the inclusion of costs for capital equipment, labour and analysis while others have not justified the scope of resources [25]. To use BaseSpace Sequence Hub, you'll need to purchase an annual subscription as well as iCredits to store and analyze your data. Claims of sequencing now dropping to US$1000 per genome have arisen with more powerful sequencing platforms but there is little evidence to support this claim [16]. Total costs were most sensitive to consumables and sequencing activities driven by commercial prices. The two whole genome applications, mesothelioma and oesophageal cancer, were pre-clinical while melanoma and lung cancer applications were clinical demonstration projects using exome sequencing. Cookies policy. A systematic review of the literature. Marino P, Touzani R, Perrier L, Rouleau E, Kossi DS, Zhaomin Z, et al. 2009;10(1):39–45. As sequencers become more advanced, they produce more data. AB was employed by BGI Australia at the time of the study, a supplier of next-generation services and equipment. Selected applications were comprised of targeted panel, exome and whole genome sequencing technologies. Genomic medicine in Brisbane is emerging and further capacity for full implementation is required. Gallego CJ, Shirts BH, Bennette CS, Guzauskas G, Amendola LM, Horike-Pyne M, et al. Separating research from clinical sequencing activity may be problematic for genomic technologies when researchers are closely involved in the bioinformatics stages and are discovering new important variants for clinical attention. We excluded other infrastructure required to set up a sequencing laboratory such as general equipment (e.g., benchtops, fridges), staff training and national laboratory accreditations. Expert Rev Mol Diagn. PLoS One. Labour costs were valued using a common wage scale with hourly rates of scientific laboratory staff at either AU$46.57 or AU$51.86, including 20% staff overheads, depending on the seniority of the task. Li Y, Bare LA, Bender RA, Sninsky JJ, Wilson LS, Devlin JJ, et al. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41436-019-0618-7 Epub 2019 Jul 30. New Object-Storage Solution Enables the Organization to Sequence Millions of Genomes in Quest to Beat COVID-19. 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