Hospital Networks

Hospital Networks

Pharmacogenomics testing in hospitals and health systems allows doctors to optimize patient care. Pharmacogenomics helps tailor treatments based on a patients’ genes, not just age, lifestyle and overall health. This innovative approach reduces the potential trial and error of prescribing medications, and allows healthcare providers to choose the right drug and right dose the first time.

RM Genetics offers programs for Pharmacogenomics testing in hospitals and health systems where we help evaluate qualified patients for pharmacogenomic testing based on clinical applicability of their medical profile. We help with program implementation, patient swabbing, laboratory testing, and patient testing results.

Pharmacogenomics Testing in Hospitals Can:

  • Reduce Overall Spending
  • Decrease ADRS
  • Increase Quality of Care

Our Pharmacogenomics programs create a key component to helping healthcare providers deliver personalized patient care. The adoption of personalized prescribing through pharmacogenetic testing is expected to continuously grow as more and more healthcare providers adapt these systems and learn the importance of knowing a patient’s unique genetics before prescribing. Pharmacogenomic data provides vital clinical decision-making support for healthcare providers and patients.

Program Benefits

RM Genetics Offers Complete Program Management and Support

  • Covered by Medicare and Other Payors
  • Personalized Patient Care
  • No Inconveniences to the Healthcare Provider/Facility


135 E. 57th St., 14th Floor
New York, NY 10022


At RM Genetics, we strive to work with health providers and facilities to help them offer personalized medical care to their patients and residents. We provide complete program management and support that allows healthcare providers the ability to offer optimal patient care with no inconveniences or added operational requirements. Our Pharmacogenomic testing programs are customized to the patient and resident treatment types and are covered by Medicare and other Health Insurance providers.