Navitus Health Solutions, your prescription drug benefit manager, is excited to share a new benefit program for Montana University System members. This benefit includes the RightMed test, which helps your doctors in selecting medications for you, along with resources to help you and your doctors understand your results and incorporate them into your care – all provided at no cost to you.
The RightMed test, co-developed by OneOme and the Mayo Clinic, analyzes your DNA and provides information on how your body and your medications may interact. The test results may lead to more informed medication decisions and help reduce the likelihood of medication trial and error.
Participation in this benefit program is entirely up to you. To get started, request your test now.
The RightMed test provides insights for many commonly prescribed medications, including those used to treat depression, heartburn, heart failure, pain, cancer, and more.
The RightMed test has many benefits, including the potential to help:
Through Montana University System, you can get the RightMed test at no cost to you.
Here’s how it works:
Request your test kit using OneOme's secure online form.
Collect your DNA sample with a simple cheek swab using the test kit. Activate your kit online and return it to OneOme using the prepaid envelope provided. An independent physician will review your information and approve your test order.
Once the results are ready, you can schedule a consultation with a genetic counselor to discuss your results. If medication changes are recommended, Navitus pharmacists will follow up with both you and your doctor.
You will receive access to your test results through OneOme’s secure portal. You can share this report with your doctors to help them make more informed medication decisions for you. Remember, your results are valuable for medication decisions today and in the future.
Once you’ve requested the test, OneOme will ship a DNA sample collection kit within 1-2 business days via two-day shipping.
Navitus pharmacists will discuss possible changes with both you and your doctor according to your formulary benefit. Do not make any medication changes without consulting your doctor first.
During your consultation, the genetic counselor will explain how pharmacogenomic testing works, provide an overview of your results, and answer any questions that you have.
Have other questions? Contact OneOme at email@example.com or at 844-663-6635.