If your patients are suffering from mental health challenges, the last thing they want is to go through a lengthy trial and error process with multiple medications. The process can be frustrating and leave patients feeling worse, not better. Fortunately, the GeneSight Psychotropic test can provide information that helps you provide patients medications that lead to relief. By examining how your patient’s DNA responds to specific medications such as antidepressants, this simple, painless test lets you know which medications may not work for your patient, so you can get more of them into remission faster.
GeneSight offers testing panels for psychotropic medications, ADHD medications, analgesic medications and MTHFR. GeneSight Psychotropic can help you get more patients into remission faster.
- + Depression, PTSD, Anxiety
PsychotropicIf your patients have been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bipolar disease, schizophrenia or related conditions, GeneSight Psychotropic can help them shorten the road to recovery and escape the often long and frustrating process of trying multiple medications such as antidepressants to find the one that works for them. Through pharmacogenomic testing, you can identify the correct medication and create a personalized treatment for your patients.
- + Acute or Chronic Pain
AnalgesicFor those experiencing acute or chronic pain, this genetic test analyzes how their genes affect their body’s response to FDA-approved opioids, NSAIDs and muscle relaxants to accurately determine which medications are optimal.
- + ADHD
ADHDIf your patients or their children have Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder, this genetic test can help quickly and accurately determine which drugs will work best with your patients (or their children’s) genes.
- + Folate Deficiency
MTHFRThe active form of folic acid is integral to the production of dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine. This genetic test analyzes one important gene to determine if your patient’s body can covert folic acid into its active form of L-methylfolate.
GeneSight Testing Significantly Improved Remission Rates for Depression Compared to Treatment as Usual
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Collect a DNA sample by painlessly swabbing the inside of your cheek
The sample is sent to our lab for analysis
Just 36 hours later, your patient’s report is available for review.
Guided by insights from your report, you can avoid being undermined by genetic variability.
Listed below is how we present the Assurex Health Promise to patients that are interested in the GeneSight® test.
The Assurex Health Promise
Insurance can be complicated, and we want you to feel comfortable knowing what you’ll owe. We promise that if your cost could be more than $330, we’ll call you before we process your test.
Here is what you might owe for the GeneSight® test:
Medicare or Medicaid — If you have a traditional Medicare or Medicaid plan, your cost is $0
Medicare Advantage, Employer or other insurance may expect you to cover a portion of the cost. Plans vary, but the typical cost is $330 or less. If it’s more, we will contact you before we process your test. That’s the Assurex Health Promise.
Uninsured — Please contact us to find out how we can help.
By finding the right treatment sooner, the Genesight test can also help save on doctor visits and the cost of medications that don’t work.
See what happens when the GeneSight® test becomes part of a clinician’s practice.
The development of the GeneSight® test in our clinical laboratory was based on patented technology licensed through our partnership with the Mayo Clinic and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, each renowned for innovation and research. Our Mason, Ohio-based lab is ranked at the highest level of accreditation, enabling us to continue our research and development of the GeneSight tests.