Pharmacogenomics, Toxicology, & Polypharmacy
Pharmacogenetic Testing provides drug gene testing, otherwise known as pharmacogenomics testing (PGX), toxicology testing, and polypharmacy testing to private physicians, hospitals, and medical research laboratories. Our testing services can accommodate blood, hair, urine, or saliva samples and can be standard or customized. These testing services allow doctors to accurately manage and monitor their patients’ care so that a path to better health can be achieved. The personalized approach to healthcare that we provide for practicing physicians allows for the best treatment plan possible to patients.
Pharmacogenetic Testing has state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities. And with this we provide modern, cost-efficient, and competitively price lab tests for physicians practicing in hospitals and private clinics. It’s our mission to provide superior testing while also maintaining physician satisfaction, patient health, and fiscal soundness. Our professional lab technicians will meet and exceed your expectations.
Pharmacogenomics (PGX), also known as pharmacogenetics testing or drug gene testing, allows physicians to determine a patient’s genetic makeup and how that will affect an interaction with a specific medication. When a PGX test is done, physician no longer need to experiment with different medications and dosages for a patient. This is a great cost-saving measure for private practice physicians – not to mention it greatly reduces the chances of adverse drug events (ADEs). In order to accurately and confidently prescribe medication for a patient, using pharmacogenomics testing is the only sure way.
Toxicology testing reduces medical practice liabilities for physicians as they can accurately determine what is in a patient’s body and how that can affect any prescriptions. Physicians can monitor patients who have a history of addiction or drug abuse while these patients are on Schedule II or III prescriptions. Toxicology testing is an accurate way to determine which medications or illicit drugs a patient is or isn’t taking.
Polypharmacy has become a major problem in the nation as it has climbed to the fourth leading cause of death in the country. Determining which medications a patient is or isn’t taking, and what other physicians have prescribed, makes polypharmacy testing a necessary part of medical practice these days. Polypharmacy testing not only checks for prescription drugs, but OTCs and herbal supplements as well. This testing thus makes it much easier for physicians to determine how a patient’s array of medications will interact with one another. And it saves costs and protects clinics against liabilities.
Pharmacogenetic Testing has one of the fastest turnaround times in the country for reporting and confirming laboratory test results. Other labs may take weeks to report on findings, while our lab can have toxicology and pharmacogenomics test results back in 32 to 48 hours. This speed gives physicians the timely results they need so that they can properly treat their patients. And our medical sales representatives are proud of their extensive product knowledge and superb customer service. They will work with you and your medical staff to answer any questions you may have about toxicology or pharmacogenomics testing and will help you with setup and paperwork. And they are available 7 days a week.
Although our testing services are fairly new to the industry, physicians are realizing the benefits of these tests and how they can help both patients and clinics. Common physicians using our services are involved with family practices, pain specialty, neurology, orthoepy, OB GYN, urology, and more.
Currently we offer our testing services to clinics and hospitals in Texas, but we are expanding our services as we speak. If you would like to talk to one of our representatives about setting up testing services, call (833) 749-5227 today. Our representatives will be more than happy to talk to you.