OneOme RightMed® psychiatry report overview
The RightMed comprehensive test is a pharmacogenomic test that analyzes a patient’s DNA to determine how he or she may
respond to hundreds of medications. When a provider orders a RightMed test, they get the standard RightMed comprehensive
test report, plus access to optional reports, including the RightMed psychiatry report. Learn more about the RightMed psychiatry
report below, and then refer to the attached psychiatry report.
WHAT IS THE RIGHTMED PSYCHIATRY REPORT?
The RightMed psychiatry report includes a subset of psychiatric medications selected and classified by OneOme, including
medications used in the treatment of anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other mental health conditions.
Information about these psychiatric medications and a patient’s predicted response to them is presented in a streamlined,
HOW IS THE PSYCHIATRY REPORT DIFFERENT FROM THE RIGHTMED
COMPREHENSIVE TEST REPORT (THE STANDARD TEST REPORT)?
Here’s how the RightMed psychiatry report and RightMed comprehensive test report differ:
MEDICATIONS: The psychiatry report only includes the medications selected and classified by OneOme that are used
to treat mental health conditions. The comprehensive test report includes hundreds of medications used in the treatment
of a wide range of medical conditions.
GENES: The psychiatry report includes only the gene and phenotype summary for the genes that have been shown to
impact the metabolism of the selected psychiatric medications. The comprehensive test report includes the gene and
phenotype summary for all genes analyzed by the RightMed test.
REPORT LAYOUT: The psychiatry report separates the medications by class (antidepressant, antipsychotic, etc.). The
RightMed comprehensive test report groups medications by the predicted gene-drug interaction. Download a sample
RightMed comprehensive test report at oneome.com/sample-report.
MAJOR AND MODERATE GENE-DRUG INTERACTION SUMMARY: The psychiatry report includes a summary of the
number of major and moderate gene-drug interactions for the psychiatric medications on the report. This allows the
provider to quickly visualize the number of medications that may be impacted for this patient.
HOW DO I GET THE PSYCHIATRY REPORT?
Providers can choose to add a complimentary psychiatry report either when they are ordering the RightMed comprehensive test,
or once the patient’s test results are completed. To get a psychiatry report after a patient’s results are in, visit portal.oneome.com.
WHAT OTHER REPORTS DOES ONEOME OFFER?
In addition to the comprehensive test report and the psychiatry report, providers can create custom RightMed Advisor reports
and also can get a RightMed oncology report—another speciality report available from OneOme. Download a sample RightMed
Advisor report at oneome.com/custom-report and a sample oncology report at oneome.com/oncology-report.
DO YOU OFFER SUPPORT WITH INTERPRETING RESULTS?
Yes. Providers and pharmacists receive access to complimentary, one-on-one consultations with clinical pharmacists from
OneOme. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation.
I HAVE A QUESTION; WHO SHOULD I CONTACT?
We’d love to help. Please contact our customer support team at 844-ONEOME-5 (844-663-6635) or email@example.com. The
team will put you in touch with the right person.
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