There’s a Better Way to Get Better
Unlocking better outcomes through precision health technology
Evolving how we
Our understanding of genetics is changing how we prescribe. As the science of medicine evolves, we feel a responsibility to deliver solutions that keep pace with that change.
Our innovative, precision health technology can unlock the ability to deliver personalized treatment. Together we can improve quality, reduce costs, and increase overall satisfaction of care.
Optimizing treatment can take us from harm to healing
Every year people are injured or abandon medications altogether due to side effects or lack of efficacy.
Deliver targeted and personalized care
Genomind brings critical prescribing data into one integrated platform, so you can easily manage medications for individual patients or large populations with precision.
Pharmacogenetic (PGx) Testing
Assess your patient’s genetics to personalize dosing and medication choices.
Precision Medicine Software
Identify gene and drug interaction risks while dynamically adjusting to safer alternatives.
Precision Medicine Consults
Access PharmD and PhD experts for training staff, consultations, and more.
Population Health Assessment
Stratify patient populations based on risk for drug-drug and potential gene-drug interactions.
Why 15,000 health providers and their patients have chosen Genomind
Improving the patient care experience
What's new in precision medicine
Learn in person, virtually, or at your own pace through our education platform, Genomind 360.
Pharmacogenetics: Beyond Red Light, Green Light
Register for Genomind’s upcoming clinical education webinar on the utility of PGx testing with a focus on child and adolescent psychiatry.
Using Brain Markers to Guide Novel Interventions for Mood and Cognitive Symptoms in Late-Life Depression
Dr. Faith Gunning presents on using brain markers as interventions for mood and cognitive symptoms in late-life depression.
How the COMT Gene Impacts Mental Health Treatment
What does the COMT enzyme do? COMT (catechol-O-methyltransferase) is a central enzyme that breaks down catecholamines including dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine. COMT plays a vital