Now there is a tool to determine which patients are likely to have adverse side effects or have problems tolerating a medication.
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What you’ll do for a pharmacogenomic (PGx) or Cancer (CgX) testing in three simple steps:
To perform testing, only a simple mucosal buccal swab is needed, so no blood-work is required.
We ask that you include demographics and a medication list neatly packaged in an envelope.
Send test kits in a UPS/FedEx envelope and have it shipped directly to our labs.
Clinics can do as many tests as needed. Testing turnaround time is 12 minutes per patient.
Primary Enzymes for Metabolism:
Test Warfarin/Coumadin, Statins, Blood Thinning, Antidepressants Meds sensitivity through the VKORC1 Panel. We also test for Thrombosis and Cardiovascular risks through the Factor II, Factor V & MTHFR panels.
Medicare covers 100% of the cost.
Our labs are in network with all major insurance carriers.
Patient Friendly billing service.
To avoid burdening a physician’s staff, a medical technician is provided at no cost to perform tests. After laboratory testing, a pharmacist reviews results and compares them to a medication list provided by the patient’s physician, making clinical recommendations as appropriate.
If you do not have insurance, you are still responsible for paying for our services. Our lab will charge you a reasonable fee and works with patients according to their financial situation.
Healthcare Testing Solutions is one of the leaders in Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing we have established a strong market presence, pioneering a comprehensive approach with a proven track record. Our testing provides scientific proof how a patients body metabolizes Physician prescribed medicine.
Our goal is to improve clinical outcomes for patients by increasing the effectiveness of drug therapy, reducing the chances of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR’s).
Adverse Drug Reactions account for over 100,000 drug deaths each year.
Over 700,000 Americans are hospitalized each year due to adverse drug reactions.
ALL Medical Technicians are required to become HIPAA Certified. Training is online here: HIPAA Certified