Our analytics tools can turn your healthcare data into a plan of action for improving personalized prescribing for those you care for and show you the potential ROI for your company, based on real outcomes.
Starting up any new program can be difficult. We’re here to help. RxGenomix has all the relationships and critical path items ready for you to jump into a program of your own where tests can be ordered, results shared with the healthcare team and changes made.
RxGenomix was founded to make sure the best information available is put to use in patient care. We train and empower pharmacists to be a vital part of the care team and work with prescribers to create truly personalized medication plans. This kind of personalized prescribing leads to greater speed to treatment, reduced adverse drug events and lower overall healthcare costs.
By combining pharmacogenomic testing with the input of a pharmacist trained in pharmacogenomics, prescribers can create a truly personalized medication plan for each patient. This will allow for prescribing of optimal medications and with much greater speed, while reducing serious or even fatal adverse drug events.
Establishing a relationship with a PGx-trained pharmacist will give physicians an ally when it comes to personalized prescribing. A quick consultation can give the prescriber a wealth of information to put to use when it comes to looking for the best outcome for the patient.
It has only been in the last few years that PGx testing has been viable in the general population and physicians with a testing protocol in their practice is the exception to the rule today. By integrating a new and valuable care tool, you can provide a differentiator for your practice and be at the forefront as the science begins to take hold.
Are you on multiple medications? Have you felt your medication isn’t working as it should, or is causing side-effects? That’s entirely possible. Failure rates for classes of medications can be as high as 75% and genetic factors can account for up to 95% of this variability. A pharmacogenomic (PGx) test, followed by a consultation by a PGx-trained pharmacist, could be a good first step toward better results.
Prescribing for an individual is often a challenging process without immediate results. While the science behind PGx testing does not yet apply to all medications on the market, there are several classes of medications where testing to create more personalized prescribing could have significant benefits, including with cardiac, behavioral health and pain medications. If you have questions about whether or not ExactMeds is right for you, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Your healthcare is at its most effective when your entire care team works together, so RxGenomix works with pharmacists and other healthcare providers to offer ExactMeds to individuals. If you’re interested in getting started, contact us today.
Pharmacists are the medication experts in the healthcare spectrum. It only makes sense for you to take the lead and make sure the best information available is used to make prescribing more personal and improve the lives of your patients.
Physicians and labs have tried for several years to integrate PGx into practice with limited success. By educating and involving the pharmacist in the PGx testing process, a true expert can give prescribers invaluable guidance on how to apply the results of testing directly to patient care.
RxGenomix was created to help empower pharmacists and elevate them as professionals. This extends to placing value on their services and making sure they are compensated for them. We can show pharmacists how to interpret the genetic results, provide a concise consultation with the ordering provider and be reimbursed for those services.