Kristin Pothier, who was a partner at consultancy Health Advances and now is Global Head of Life Sciences Strategy at EY, has published a new book on precision medicine. Titled "Personalizing Precision Medicine: Global Voyage from Vision to Reality," it was released by Wiley in October. Amazon webpage here.
Other recent titles have been, "Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know" (Michael Snyder, Oxford, 2016, Amazon) and "The Personalized Medicine Revolution" (Pieter Cullis, Greystone, 2015, Amazon) and "Genomic and Precision Medicine, 3rd Edition" (Ginsburg & Willard, Academic Press, 2016, Amazon) and "Precision Medicine: Guide to Genomics in Clinical Practice" (McCarthy & Mendelsohn, McGraw-Hill, 2017, Amazon.)
Also of interest, recent books that look at digital health, data, and precision medicine together. These include "Moneyball Medicine," by Glorikian & Branca (2017), "Fourth Wave" by Paul Sonnier (2017), and "Realizing the Promise of Precision Medicine: Patient Data, Mobile Technology, Consumer Engagement," Cerrato & Halamka (2017).