Future of genomic medicine.

The role of the pharmacist

Pharmacists are uniquely qualified to help patients and healthcare teams utilize pharmacogenomics (PGx) by introducing and providing the OneOme RightMed® test. The results can help pharmacists guide optimal drug selection and dosing, much like recommending a dosing adjustment based on drug interaction or renal dysfunction. Pharmacists’ distinct education, skills, and abilities position them to champion processes for pharmacogenomic testing and interpretation of results — and with it, a new level of care.

Era of personalized medicine

Pharmacists may often see current clinical scenarios where patients undergo a trial and error approach. Adverse drug effects or inadequate patient response can often lead to therapeutic failures before finding the right drug and dosage.

These clinical scenarios can lead to:

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    ADDITIONAL
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    VISITS
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    GREATER
    RESOURCE
    UTILIZATION
  • increased-costs
    INCREASED
    HEALTHCARE
    COSTS

The approach to care is changing. Pharmacists are changing the paradigm of patient care by incorporating genomics into clinical decision making.

Put OneOme to work

Pharmacists share accountability with physicians, laboratory professionals, and genetic counselors for the ongoing implementation and application of pharmacogenomics across the continuum of care.

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    • Key drug therapy decisions
    • • drug therapy selection
    • • dose selection
    • • dose preparation
    • • pharmacokinetic consultation
    • • drug monitoring
    • • assessing therapeutic efficacy and safety
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    • Pharmacist responsibilities
    • • promoting optimal use and timing of PGx test
    • • interpreting PGx test results
    • • educating fellow healthcare professionals, other pharmacists, patients and the public about pharmacogenomic testing
    • • optimizing medication therapy based on PGx test results
    • • guide on the sensitivity and confidentiality of genetic information


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