RightMed reports

Delivering clinically actionable pharmacogenomic results

The OneOme RightMed comprehensive test provides valuable insight into how a patient may respond to medications, which providers can easily interpret with OneOme’s various reports. OneOme offers four distinct report types—the RightMed comprehensive test report, RightMed Advisor reports, RightMed specialty reports, and RightMed custom reports. Each report provides concise and actionable content in a format optimized to guide treatment.

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RightMed comprehensive test report

The RightMed test results are provided in a clinically actionable, easy-to-read report that classifies hundreds of medications based on the patient’s predicted gene-drug interaction:

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MAJOR
GENE-DRUG
INTERACTION
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MODERATE
GENE-DRUG
INTERACTION
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MINIMAL
GENE-DRUG
INTERACTION
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LIMITED
PHARMACOGENETIC
IMPACT

Of the hundreds of medications categorized on the report, any that the provider noted during the time of order as being most relevant to the patient are highlighted on the report to increase their visibility. A consolidated summary of the results for these specific medications is also provided on the report.

The insights in the RightMed comprehensive test report may help providers make more informed prescription decisions and avoid trial and error.

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RightMed Advisor report

RightMed Advisor reports allow providers to get a more in-depth look at the subset of medications most relevant for a patient. Along with genotype results and medications classified by their predicted gene-drug interaction, this report contains detailed information on the selected medications, including provider considerations/clinical annotations, dosing guidelines, and medication alternatives.

These reports can be generated by the provider by entering a list of medications at the time of order or within the RightMed Advisor at any time after the test results have been reported.

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OneOme also offers the option for institutions to create preselected RightMed Advisor reports that are automatically generated with each order. This flexibility allows institutions to tailor pharmacogenomic reporting to the unique needs of their providers and patients. Contact SUPPORT for more information about this option.

RightMed specialty reports

RightMed specialty reports

RightMed specialty reports include a subset of medications selected by OneOme according to a specific medical specialty or practice area. Specialty reports are optimized to provide a more streamlined, consolidated view of medications that are relevant to a particular specialty area, like psychiatry or oncology.

Currently available are:

Psychiatry

Psychiatry specialty report

Contains a subset of medications used for the treatment of anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions.

Psych report

Oncology

Oncology specialty report

Contains a subset of medications used in oncology, including chemotherapies and supportive care medications.

Oncology report

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RightMed custom reports

RightMed custom reports are optimized to provide a more streamlined, consolidated view of medications that are of particular interest to the healthcare institution. These custom reports contain a subset of pre-selected medications, as determined by each institution or clinic, and are made available to the relevant clinical team members during the ordering process. For more information about custom reports, Contact OneOme.

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