As part of the Genomind® collaborative care model, complimentary consultations are available for your clinician with every test. Our team of Genomind® genetic mental health experts are made up of experienced MDs, PhDs and PharmDs who can help with interpretation and collaborate on the best possible solution for your patient.
G-DIG™ is our proprietary Drug Interaction Guide that is complimentary when you register in the clinician portal to start ordering tests.
How will a patient metabolize a certain drug, and how will it interact with other drugs? How can certain environmental factors impact drug interactions It can be challenging to find the right combination of medicines, especially when co-morbidities exist, but G-DIG™ is here to help.
• Gene-Drug Interactions: See how the most commonly prescribed and over the counter drugs interact based on individual pharmacokinetic gene profile.
• Drug-Drug Interactions: Evaluate how current or considering drugs may interact with each other and get suggestions for alternatives when appropriate.
• Environmental Factors: First-of-its-kind to assess how tobacco and coffee can affect a patient’s drug metabolism.
When you are set up in our Clinician portal to start ordering tests, you will have full access to this tool for every test you complete.
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Genomind® puts results and resources at your fingertips. When you are ready to order your first test, register with our clinician portal. A sales rep or customer service agent may reach out to you first to ensure you are set up properly in our system.
Wanting to brush up on pharmacogenetics? We partnered with Dr. Stephen Stahl, one of our very own Scientific Advisory Board members to develop a 1.25 NEI CME credit course - “When, Why, and How to Integrate Pharmacogenetic Testing into Clinical Practice”. This CME is available to MDs, NPs and PharmDs. Dr. Stahl is a well-known author, professor, practicing psychiatrist, and chairman of the Neuroscience Education Institute.