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Health care providers can deliver more thorough treatments by using genetic testing to understand how your body reacts to medication. This testing is called PHARMACOGENETICS, or PGx. The test identifies how your genes will affect your body’s response to different medications to help determine the best types and dosages for you.
Your genes can account for up to 95% of how your body responds to medication. For example, your body may process a drug slower or faster than the average person, which can affect your risk of side effects.
We will test your genes with a simple, non-invasive oral swab test (saliva or cheek cells). Our lab then tests the sample and sends the results to your healthcare provider to review with you.
DNA samples are typically destroyed within two weeks of processing. Your result will only be shared with the ordering provider of the test. Your genetic information is protected through federal laws including HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and GINA (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act) that ensure your personal health information is not shared without your consent.
We will test your genes with a simple, non-invasive oral saliva test. Our lab then tests the sample and sends the results to your healthcare provider to review with you.
The analysis is performed from a non-invasive oral swab sample obtained easily with a collection kit. From this sample, our laboratory will purify the patient’s DNA.
Collection kits are mailed directly to the patient’s home or can be taken at the doctor’s office.
Analysis of DNA results will be ready within 7 to 14 business days, upon arrival to the laboratory. Your results will be sent to your provider for review and interpretation. Please discuss any questions about your results with your provider.
Genetic testing is used by healthcare professionals who can legally prescribe medication according to their discretion and help patients understand and interpret the results. Talk to your provider today to find out if genetic testing is right for you.
Precision Genetic works directly with your insurance carrier for testing coverage. Of course, coverage may vary depending on different plans. Depending on your carrier, patients may have to cover a portion of the test through a deductible or copay. Self-pay option for the test is available upon request.
Yes. Your results will be sent directly to your provider through our secure portal integration. Genetic testing is intended to be used by healthcare professionals who can legally prescribe medication according to their discretion and help patients understand the results. Please discuss any questions about your results with your provider.
Neuropharmagen® is a pharmacogenomics (PGx) test developed to help providers prescribe the safest mental health medications for patients. Neuropharmagen® results provides analysis of genetic factors involved in the response and tolerability of drugs indicated for the treatment of depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and more.
Unlike other products on the market, Neuropharmagen® is so much more than a simple DNA test. Neuropharmagen is a precision medicine platform designed to look at the whole patient and takes a deeper dive into contributing factors that may be interfering with a patient’s medication therapy.
With Neuopharmagen, our results dashboard is individualized for patients based on a plurality of factors like drug-drug interactions, chronic diseases, comorbidities, and lifestyle factors. Neuropharmagen® guides the provider through a snapshot of gene-drug, drug-drug, and drug-clinical-physiological interaction alerts to help recommend the most appropriate treatment in terms of efficacy and tolerability for the patient.
Neuropharmagen® was developed for patients suffering from a variety of mental health illnesses, including depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, ADHD, and more.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder and are struggling to find the right medications for relief, Neuropharagen can help. Talk to your provider about how gene-guided testing could support your plan for better health outcomes.
Yes. We do not ever want cost to be a factor in PGx testing. We have resources and payment plan options available to help navigate coverage of the test. Please reach out today to speak with one of our billing specialists to learn more. Email Us
Yes. We accept payment from HSA or FSA accounts in addition to all major credit and debit cards.