Why treatments fail

If you could give a patient a single test that would substantially reduce your risk of prescribing an ineffective or harmful treatment, would you order it? What if that test gave you more information than any other, cost less than $1,000, and only needed to be administered once in a lifetime?

We now know that genomics play a tremendous role in drug kinetics and dynamics, but this information rarely makes its way to clinicians where it is most needed. Because of this, 40% of medications administered for the top 10 health conditions facing us are ineffective or harmful.

Percent of time medications ineffective due to patient genetics:


Adding value across the care continuum

Preventive Care

Surfacing genetic risks and proactive genotyping recommendations for preventive care.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Testing and lab recommendations, interpreting findings, first medication and dosage decisions, medication reconciliation, and drug-gene interactions.

Followup Management and Patient Experience

Adverse event prediction and prevention, corollary order placement, duplicate testing alerts, and improved patient profiles and doctor-patient interactions.

Efficiency and Cost

Improved care plans and order sets in order to improve treatment decisions and reduce waste.

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