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Why OneOme’s RightMed® test?

Of more than 4 billion prescriptions issued each year1, about half do not work as intended.2 Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) account for up to 7% of all hospital admissions and up to 20% of re-admissions, according to estimates.3,4 ADRs are the fourth leading cause of death and are estimated to cost $136 billion annually.5 Poor compliance accounts for 33% to 69% of ADRs that result in hospital admissions.6

Healthcare providers like you may use pharmacogenomic information to make better prescription decisions.

The OneOme RightMed pharmacogenomic test includes 22 actionable genes that cover more than 340 of the most commonly used drugs drugs across multiple disease areas.

The OneOme RightMed PGx test has the potential to:

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    REDUCE
    SIDE EFFECTS
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    increase drug
    effectiveness
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    limit adverse
    reactions
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    prevent
    unintended
    interactions
    between
    other drugs
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    improve medical
    compliance


PGx and OneOme may ultimately lead to:

IMPROVED PATIENT CARE
IMPROVED MEDICATION COMPLIANCE
BETTER PREDICTION OF RESPONSE TO MEDICATIONS AND ADRS
INCREASED SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PRESCRIBED DRUGS
IMPROVED ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF THE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES


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Who should take the OneOme RightMed PGx test?

While anyone can take the test, it is most beneficial for patients with:

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      adverse drug reactions

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      statin drug prescriptions

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      medications that
      are not working

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      MULTIPLE PRESCRIPTION
      MEDICATIONS

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      UNWELCOME SIDE EFFECTS
      FROM CURRENT MEDICATIONS

How can my patients take the test?

The OneOme RightMed PGx test can be ordered by a provider through our online provider portal. The patient’s DNA sample can be collected through either a cheek swab sample kit (that can be mailed to the patient’s home or used in the healthcare provider facility) or a blood sample taken on-site at the healthcare provider facility. The sample is sent back to OneOme for processing. After OneOme completes the analysis, the ordering provider will have access to a clear, actionable report through our interactive portal and the RightMed Advisor.

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