Before you take a prescription,

take the OneOme RightMed test.

Know which medication may work — before you take it

OneOme, co-developed by Mayo Clinic, offers the RightMed® comprehensive test, a medication response test that analyzes your DNA to predict how you may respond to hundreds of medications.

Your doctor can use your RightMed test results to identify which medications may — or may not — work best for you. This may lead to more effective prescriptions, fewer side effects, and less trial-and-error to find the right medication.

There are two ways to get the RightMed test:

  • Your doctor can order it

    Your doctor can order the test.

    First, review the PATIENT TOOLKIT to get familiar with the test. Then, bring the physician materials from this toolkit to your appointment to discuss whether the test is right for you.

  • You can request a test

    You can request the test.

    Fill out a TEST REQUEST FORM, and a physician from an independent network will review your request, evaluate if the test is right for you, and order your test if approved (eligibility restrictions apply).

How your genes impact your response to medications

Your genetic makeup can have a major influence on how you process drugs. In fact, genetic factors can account for up to 95% of how you respond to medications.1

Depending on your genes, your body may break down a drug too slowly or too quickly, which may result in potential side effects, or no effect at all.

Getting a pharmacogenomic test may help your doctor identify effective medications for you.

Watch the video to learn more.

How the OneOme RightMed test can help you

The RightMed test covers hundreds of medications for many medical conditions, including psychiatric conditions, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and more. The RightMed test has many benefits, including the potential to:

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    ELIMINATE TRIAL
    AND ERROR TO FIND
    THE RIGHT DRUGS
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    REDUCE OR
    ELIMINATE
    SIDE EFFECTS
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    PREVENT
    UNINTENDED
    INTERACTIONS
    BETWEEN DRUGS
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    SAVE TIME AND
    MONEY
  • lifelong changes
    PROVIDE YEARS OF
    MORE ACCURATE,
    PERSONALIZED
    PRESCRIPTIONS

OneOme’s RightMed test helps patients like you

Is the RightMed test for you?

The RightMed test can provide insight for everyone. It’s particularly meaningful for patients with:

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      MEDICATIONS THAT CAUSE
      UNWELCOME SIDE EFFECTS

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      MEDICATIONS THAT
      ARE NOT WORKING

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      MULTIPLE MEDICATIONS

How it works

Ready to get started?

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    ASK YOUR DOCTOR
    Get information about how to talk to your doctor about the test.

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    REQUEST A TEST
    Request a test through an independent provider network.

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    CONNECT WITH OUR TEAM
    We can answer any questions you have.


Genetic testing results can be complex. Consider consulting with your healthcare provider before requesting this test. Learn more >


What you should know before considering the RightMed PGx test or any genetic test:
• The RightMed test, as with all genomic testing, has limitations. Always discuss the test with a healthcare provider knowledgeable about the test and you to see if it's right for you.
• DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO YOUR CURRENT MEDICATIONS OR DOSING WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER.
• Make sure you understand the benefits and limits of any test before ordering.
• Please review our Privacy Policy to understand how your information is collected, used, and shared with your practitioners.
• The interpretations and clinical annotations provided by OneOme are intended solely for use by a medical professional and do not constitute medical advice by OneOme. Information provided is based upon scientific and clinical literature known and available today.
• Independent healthcare providers available through the provider network may not have all of your health history, which may cause the test results to be subject to a different interpretation than by your personal physician.