Combine our pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing and precision medicine software (GenMedPro™) to personalize care for your patients.
What is pharmacogenomics?
Pharmacogenomics (also referred to as pharmacogenetics, or PGx) is a field of study combining the science of pharmacology and genomics and explores how an individual’s genetics may influence their response to drugs.
PGx is one aspect of precision medicine – a model that emphasizes personalized care plans based on specific patient characteristics, such as one’s genotype. In that way, pharmacogenetic testing may provide additional evidence and insight into medication response variability. PGx testing is utilized as an informative tool when considering treatment options or individualizing dosing.
This field cannot determine “the perfect drug.” However, in conjunction with clinical judgment and reviewing the patient’s current symptoms, past treatment response, family history and treatment goals, clinicians can utilize PGx to make more robust and informed treatment decisions for their patients.
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Understand more about your patient to make precision treatment a standard of care.
Validate your patient’s past experiences and provide hope for better outcomes
Seamlessly incorporate into your care model with flexible collection options – keep test kits on hand or send directly to patients
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Genetics is evolving how we prescribe, and understanding new technologies can feel overwhelming. Our expert team of PhDs and PharmDs is available to help you maximize the utility of our platform.
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Get guidance across numerous health conditions
Genomind has worked over the last decade to optimize PGx guidance for mental health care, in parallel with advancements in pharmacogenetics. Now, our PGx report and associated guidance can inform on more specialty areas:
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Genomind takes some of the guesswork out of treatment decisions, helping to avoid medication failures, lower than desired medication responses, and unwanted side effects making it a win-win for patients and providers.
Len Getz, DNP-PMH, MSN, FNP-BC
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Owner at Getz Internal Medicine & Behavioral Services