Genetic information should be essential when prescribing
Gain a better understanding of the patient’s unique genetic profile to reduce the painful process of trial and error and interaction risk.
Pharmacogenomics can play an important role in identifying responders and non-responders to medications, avoiding adverse events, and optimizing drug dose.
- Food and Drug Administration
Personalize medication plans with ease
Genomind’s pharmacogenetic testing makes it easy for you and your patient to access these critical treatment insights without compromising accuracy or depth of information.
Access comprehensive genetic insights of 24 genes to assess over 800 medications in our Precision Medicine Software
Enjoy fast, easy and accurate processing – painless cheek swab collection and results in 3-5 days or less with a 99.9% laboratory accuracy
Seamlessly incorporate into your care model with flexible collection options – keep test kits on hand or send directly to patients
Offer payment options that work for your patients – HSA/FSA eligible, flexible payment plans, and patient assistance
How pharmacogenetic testing works
Ordering, tracking, and status updates related to your testing results can be easily accessed by logging on to our Precision Health Platform after you register with Genomind.
Customized report views
to fit your approach to treatment
Assess patient results based on your needs and approach with our flexible report views.
Gene Variation Report
Assess 15 pharmacodynamic (PD) gene results to understand how their genotype may affect tolerability and/or likelihood of responding to specific therapeutic options
Gene Variation Report
Evaluate 9 pharmacokinetic (PK) gene results to understand how their genotype may affect drug metabolism and absorption of certain drugs.
Understand how your patient’s genetic profile interacts with commonly prescribed medications synthesizing both the PK and PD results for each drug. Understand how their genotype may influence biological response, drug absorption, metabolism, or blood-brain barrier penetration.
All results are organized into one visually plotted view based on clinical diagnosis. When you’re running short on time – this may be the report view for you!
Test Methodology /
Easily access descriptions of test methodology, more detailed information regarding the genetic variant tests (i.e. single-nucleotide polymorphisms), and literature references.