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Webinar: Personalize pain management with insights from pharmacogenomic testing

In this webinar we will:

  • ● identify the genes that impact the metabolism and activity of opioid and non-opioid analgesics
  • ● discuss how pharmacogenomic variants can affect the safety of pain management medications
  • ● evaluate clinical studies investigating pharmacogenomic testing in tre...


Webinar: Path to better care — Individualized medication management for cancer patients

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • ● an overview of how pharmacogenomics can be used in oncology
  • ● the difference between somatic and germline genetic testing
  • ● the impact pharmacogenomics can have on chemotherapy and supportive care medication response
  • ● the clinical utility of phar...


OneOme Releases Product Updates to Improve Provider Experience

Makes Improvements to Ordering Portal, Test Reports and RightMed Advisor to Optimize User Experience, Effectiveness

MINNEAPOLIS (June 15, 2017) – OneOme today launched a product update that makes improvements to its RightMed® pharmacogenomic test workflow, report and interactive application. OneOme’s updates incorporate customer feedback to optimize its product, with the goal of bringing the power of pharmac...


Webinar: A live tour of OneOme’s newly enhanced RightMed® PGx test reports and provider portal

In this webinar, we will walk through the newly released product updates and enhancements, including the:

  • ● optimized ordering workflow
  • ● optimized results retrieval workflow
  • ● simplified reporting
  • ● RightMed® Advisor improve...


OneOme Collaborates on Nation’s Largest Population-Based Pharmacogenomics Study

RIGHT 10K Study Measures Impact of Pharmacogenomics on Health and Economic Outcomes

MINNEAPOLIS (May 31, 2017) – Pharmacogenomic company OneOme announced today it is working with leading health institutions on the nation’s largest population-based pharmacogenomics study.

Pharmacogenomics is an emerging field that combines the study of how drugs affect our bodies (pharmacology)...