Request a RightMed® test

Get started on your path to more effective medications

OneOme, co-developed with Mayo Clinic, offers the RightMed® comprehensive test, a medication response test that analyzes your DNA to help your doctors determine which medications and dosages may work best for you. Sharing the RightMed test results with your doctors may help you get more effective medications faster, with fewer side effects.

You can ask your doctor to order the RightMed test or you may simply request a test from OneOme. An independent physician will review your request and order the RightMed test for you (eligibility restrictions may apply).

Genetic testing results can be complex. Consider consulting with your healthcare provider before requesting this test. Learn More >

What's included

For $349, you’ll receive the RightMed test plus the services detailed below.

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A DNA sample test kit shipped to your home, with prepaid return shipping.

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A review of your test request and test results by a physician from an independent provider network.

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A phone or video consultation, scheduled at your convenience, with a board-certified genetic counselor to review your results and answer any questions.

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Your RightMed comprehensive test report, covering hundreds of medications, which may help guide your doctors' medication decisions for years to come.

How it works

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1. Request a test

Fill out a request form and pay $349 by credit card, HSA card, or PayPal. An independent physician will review your request and order the test for you (eligibility restrictions may apply).

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2. Collect your sample

Perform a simple cheek swab using the DNA sample collection kit sent to you. Then mail it back with the postage paid return label.

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3. Schedule a consult

Once your results are ready, schedule a phone consult with a board-certified genetic counselor to receive and discuss your results.

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4. Share with your doctors

Share your RightMed test report with your doctors so they can use it as part of your care, both now and in the future.

Who is eligible?

While anyone can request a RightMed test from OneOme, some individuals may not be eligible. Why? For some patients, especially those with complex health issues, your own doctor may be best suited to order the RightMed test for you to ensure the results are properly incorporated into your care.

You will likely not be eligible if you:

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    Are under 18 years of age
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    Reside outside of the United States
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    Reside in Rhode Island, New Jersey, or New York*
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    Have had a liver, bone marrow, or stem cell transplant
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    Have had kidney or liver failure

If you are ineligible, you may instead request the RightMed test from your doctor. For more information on how to talk to your doctor about the RightMed test, download our Patient toolkit.

Ready to get started?

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Request a test

Fill out a request form.

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Learn more

Find answers to FAQs.

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We can answer any questions you have.

What you should know before considering the RightMed PGx test or any genetic test:
• The RightMed test, as with all genomic testing, has limitations. Always discuss the test with a healthcare provider knowledgeable about the test and you to see if it's right for you.
• Make sure you understand the benefits and limits of any test before ordering.
• Please review our Privacy Policy to understand how your information is collected, used, and shared with your practitioners.
• The interpretations and clinical annotations provided by OneOme are intended solely for use by a medical professional and do not constitute medical advice by OneOme. Information provided is based upon scientific and clinical literature known and available today.
• Independent healthcare providers available through this service may not have all of your health history, which may cause the test results to be subject to a different interpretation than by your personal physician.