Medication personalization testing may help your employee's doctors in selecting medications for your employee
Prescription drugs can be highly effective at treating the ailments they’re designed to treat. When an employee is prescribed a new medication, you expect to incur a cost, but you also expect a meaningful return on your health benefit investment.
Less expected are the additional costs that could result, including the multiple prescriptions the employee may need to try before the best medication and dosage is identified, or any costs associated with treating side effects or adverse drug reactions (ADRs) caused by the new medication.
OneOme’s RightMed® test, co-developed with Mayo Clinic, is a medication personalization test that analyzes your employee's DNA to help doctors in selecting medications for your employee. This has the potential to help reduce medication trial and error, which may save your organization money.
An individual’s genes can have an effect on how their body and certain medications may interact. The RightMed test results may help doctors make more informed medication decisions for your employee and help decrease medication trial and error.
The RightMed test covers many commonly prescribed medications, including medications used to treat depression, anxiety, heartburn, heart failure, pain, cancer, and more.
OneOme’s RightMed test and employer program is an innovative solution for employers looking for new ways to manage pharmacy costs and enhance employee benefits.
A RightMed test, reviewed and ordered by a physician from an independent network (if appropriate)
A DNA sample kit shipped to their home for free
A consult with a genetic counselor to discuss their results
A copy of their test results to share with their doctors to incorporate into their care
Contact us to learn how medication personalization testing may reduce employee benefit costs and enhance your employee benefits program.
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