Over 4 billion prescriptions are issued each year.1 However, not all drugs are effective for all people. In fact, response rates for many drugs are only between 50-75%.2 Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) account for up to 7% of all hospital admissions and up to 20% of re-admissions, according to estimates.3,4 ADRs are the fourth leading cause of death and are estimated to cost $136 billion annually.5 An estimated 10-20% of ADRs may be due to genetic factors.6
Healthcare providers like you may use pharmacogenomic information to make better prescription decisions.
Want to learn more about the RightMed test, its benefits, and how to order the test? Download our provider toolkit to learn how you can implement pharmacogenomics into your daily clinical care.
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OneOme makes pharmacogenomics accessible and intuitive to providers, helping them to identify optimal drug therapy for individual patients and make personalized treatment decisions.
Providers receive a clinically actionable, easy-to-read report that categorizes hundreds of medications based on the patient's predicted gene-drug interaction:
Providers get access to the RightMed Advisor, an interactive tool to quickly and easily interpret test results, explore more information about the medications in the OneOme database, evaluate drug-to-drug interactions, and generate custom reports.
Additional reports include RightMed Advisor reports, which are customized by the provider to include medications that are most relevant to the patient, and specialty reports, which include a subset of medications for use in the treatment of specific specialty areas. The specialty reports that are currently available are the RIGHTMED PSYCHIATRY REPORT and the RIGHTMED ONCOLOGY REPORT.
Get started now by downloading our test requisition form, requesting a test kit, or connecting to our provider portal. The OneOme provider portal allows you to place orders, download a patient's clinical test report, and access the rightmed advisor.
If you are a patient, you can learn more about the RightMed test and how to get it by downloading our PATIENT TOOLKIT.