Pharmacogenomic testing, also known as medication response testing, identifies how genes affect a person's response to drugs. It combines pharmacology (the science of drugs) with genomics (the study of genes and their functions) to help determine how a patient may respond to certain medications. Doctors can use this information to help guide their prescription decisions, which may lead to safer and more effective medications and doses tailored to a person's genetic makeup. Learn more about PHARMACOGENOMICS.
Medications affect everyone differently. Some people metabolize drugs more quickly and others much more slowly, resulting in different responses to medications. This creates a challenge for doctors when trying to choose the right medication and dose for each patient. In addition, some individuals may have mild to severe side effects from medications. The OneOme RightMed comprehensive test informs your doctor on how your body may respond to medications, which may help them to make more informed prescription decisions.
The RightMed test is not the "end all be all" answer. There are other factors that contribute to how you may respond to a medication aside from genetics (e.g., allergic reaction, immune response, intolerance to inactive ingredients, health factors, drug-drug interactions, environmental factors, other medical conditions, etc.). Administration of any medication requires careful therapeutic monitoring by a qualified healthcare professional. Your doctor remains ultimately responsible for all of your diagnosis and treatment decisions.
The OneOme RightMed comprehensive test is a doctor-ordered pharmacogenomic test intended to help you and your healthcare provider understand how you may respond to certain medications based on your genetics. The RightMed test is a laboratory-developed test that was created and is continuously updated, based on rigorous scientific research and high clinical standards. It does not cover results for ancestry, cosmetic features, or similar information that may be provided by certain direct-to-consumer tests. Although the RightMed test is not intended to diagnose any hereditary disease or disease risk, OneOme will report secondary findings for certain genetic results that you and your doctor may wish to discuss.
The actionable reports that OneOme provides to your doctor may help him/her to better select which medications to prescribe. Since your DNA does not change, the test results can be used by your doctors for medication decisions for years to come.
There are two ways to get the RightMed test:
When ordered by your doctor, the cost of the RightMed test includes sample collection (through either a cheek swab kit that can be mailed to your home or performed at your doctor's office, or a blood sample), pharmacogenomic testing services, data analysis, clinical interpretation, the RightMed comprehensive test report, and several reporting options for your doctor.
When you purchase the test online, you’ll receive everything listed above, plus additional services. The services include a DNA sample kit shipped to your home, a review of your order and test results by an independent physician, and a consult with a board-certified genetic counselor to review your results. Eligibility restrictions may apply. LEARN MORE >
When ordered by your doctor, OneOme offers its RightMed comprehensive test in all U.S. states and in select international locations.
When you purchase the test online, the test and provider services are only available to individuals in the United States.
For more information on availability within your area, please CONTACT US.
No. Your genetic information does not change, so once you and your doctor(s) have the test results, the information can be used for years to come.
OneOme reserves the right to cancel an order when any of the following occurs:
You can learn about this option and purchase your RightMed test on our BUY A TEST page. This option is only available in the U.S. only and other eligibility restrictions may apply.
Here’s how it works:
Note: You can purchase the test for yourself or your child/dependent, or you can purchase it as a gift for someone else.
The cost is $349, which includes the RightMed test and provider services (independent physician review and a consult with a genetic counselor to review your results). It can be paid for with a credit card, health saving account (HSA) card, or PayPal.
For $349, the RightMed test and provider services include:
While most individuals are eligible to receive a RightMed test with these services, there are some individuals who are not. You will not be eligible for a RightMed test through the provider network if you:
The independent provider services, including the physician review and the genetic counselor consult, are provided by PWN. You can reach them by calling 888-494-7333.
No, MTHFR is not available when you purchase the test online directly from OneOme.
The MTHFR gene will only be included with your results if your doctor orders the test for you and specifically opts to receive the MTHFR report with your results. In this case, MTHFR results will be provided at no additional cost and will be presented on a separate report. Note: there are no medications on the RightMed test that are classified based on your MTHFR gene; doctors will receive analytical results only.
Genetic counselors are healthcare professionals with specialized training in medical genetics and counseling. They help patients understand how genetics plays a role in their health.
During your consult, the genetic counselor will explain what pharmacogenomic testing is, review your results with you, and answer any questions you have.
No. Neither OneOme nor PWN (the independent provider network) can provide medical advice or make changes to your medication regimen. Your own doctor or healthcare provider is best suited to make prescription changes for you if they are needed. You will receive a copy of your RightMed comprehensive test report to share with your doctors. Your doctors can then incorporate the results into your care. Do not make any changes to your medications without consulting your doctor.
Once you’ve purchased a RightMed test, OneOme will ship out a DNA sample collection via two-day shipping within 1-2 business days. After you activate and send back your kit, your results will be ready within 9-12 business days (approximately two weeks) of OneOme receiving your sample (for individuals in New York, your results will be ready within 14-17 business days). At that time, you'll receive an email to schedule a consult with a genetic counselor to discuss your results. You'll receive your results electronically once your consult has been scheduled.
Yes. PURCHASE A TEST and, once you have received the kit, provide the child/dependent’s information during the activation step.
Note: your child or dependent will not be eligible for a RightMed test purchased online if they:
Fill out this form to buy the test. You will be able to choose whether we send the gifted kit to you or directly to the gift recipient. You can even buy multiple kits as gifts and have them shipped to you to distribute however you choose.
Note: Gift recipients must fall within our eligibility requirements. Recipients are not eligible for a RightMed test purchased online if they:
Yes, OneOme can ship test kits to P.O. boxes in most states and U.S. territories.
Once your kit has been shipped, you will receive an email with a tracking number so you can monitor the arrival date. If your kit does not arrive within 7 days, please CONTACT US, and we will address this right away.
Contact us, and we will work with you to address this issue.
The kit you will receive to collect your sample includes simple, step-by-step instructions on how to complete the simple cheek swab. You can also watch a demonstration video showing you how to provide your sample.
Contact us to let us know what happened when providing your sample. We can discuss options and next steps.
We encourage you to send in your sample as soon as you have activated your kit. This will ensure that your test results are returned as quickly as possible.
If collecting your sample at home, it is important to activate your kit online before mailing back your sample to OneOme. Activation is required before we can process your sample at the OneOme lab. You will need the barcode number located on the tube to activate your kit.
If you collected your sample at home, your kit must be activated before we can begin processing your sample in the OneOme lab. Please contact us to activate your kit. If we receive your sample and it has not been activated we will contact you to complete the activation step.
Although your genetic information does not change, what we know about it (how we interpret it) may change. OneOme routinely updates its database as new information about pharmacogenomics becomes available to the scientific community. A “regenerated” report is one that contains updated information based on what we've learned since the original report was generated. The “original” report still remains on file with us.
We encourage you to contact your doctor to discuss any updated information in your regenerated report. As always, do not make any changes to your medications or treatment plan without first talking to your doctor.
While infrequent, OneOme sometimes adds new genes to the RightMed test. If you or your doctor would like these additional genes or alleles to be added to your results, you must be tested again.
OneOme regularly adds new medications to the RightMed test. OneOme automatically regenerates your report at no extra cost to include new medications, assuming the genes and alleles associated with the medications were on our panel when you were tested.
If, however, the genes or alleles associated with the new medications were not on our panel when you were tested, they will not be included on regenerated reports. If you or your doctor would like these newly added medications to be added to your results, you must be tested again.
OneOme offers a few different payment options depending upon how the test was ordered. For more information visit our BILLING INFORMATION.
OneOme accepts payment from all major credit cards, health savings accounts (HSAs), and PayPal.
When ordered by your doctor, OneOme tests are reimbursed by some private insurance plans within the U.S.
Our goal is to allow you to access the lowest estimated payment option available. For RightMed tests ordered by your doctor where private insurance billing is selected, OneOme will first check if you’re eligible for our Financial Assistance Program (FAP). To be eligible, you must have private insurance and your household income must be equal to or less than 600 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
If you’re eligible for our FAP, the test will cost $349 or less. If you’re not eligible for our FAP, the patient self-pay price of $349 will likely be a lower cost to you than the insurance billing option. In this case, OneOme will reach out to you to offer the option of paying the patient self-pay price rather than billing the cost of the test to your plan (which could exceed $349). Refer to OneOme’s BILLING PAGE to find the cost breakdown of the RightMed test under OneOme’s FAP, based on household size and income.
Note: Insurance billing is not available for tests purchased online.
OneOme accepts all Medicare and Medicaid plans, Managed Medicaid Plans, and TRICARE. If you have a traditional Medicare/Medicaid plan, Managed Medicaid Plan, or TRICARE, your cost will be $0. Medicare Advantage Plans may have a copayment or deductible requirement.
Note: Insurance billing is not available for tests purchased online.
You will need to provide your doctor with both sides of your insurance card(s), your member ID number, your group number, and your relationship to the primary policyholder. Some insurance companies may also require additional authorization forms or other documentation.
In most cases OneOme can change the payment option for an order up until the report has been sent to the ordering healthcare provider.
Yes, HSAs can be used to pay for tests via the patient self-pay option or when paying a balance from insurance billing.
Preauthorization does not guarantee payment. Insurance companies determine how much they will pay and what charges will be billed to the patient after a medical claim is filed. The patient is responsible for any portion of the test fee not covered by the insurance company for any reason including, but not limited to, copayments, co-insurance, unmet deductibles, or non-covered services.
Note: The patient is responsible for remitting any funds received directly from the insurance company to OneOme.
If OneOme has not yet received your sample and you decide that you no longer want the test, you can receive a refund on the purchasing card. We are unable to process a refund once our lab has received your sample and the processing has begun.