• For Patients

    Avoid adverse drug reactions and improve your health by helping your doctors prescribe the medications and doses that work with your unique DNA. Learn More About Pharmacogenomics

Optimize Your Health

Your DNA is with you for life, and your genetic profile says a lot about the types of medication you should be taking and the proper dosing. A Translational Software PGx test identifies the medications that are best and safest for your body based on your DNA, as well as which ones to avoid before you even take them.

Testing your DNA happens once, the data remains on file, and your doctors and pharmacists can use the results as you need new medication to give you personalized, precision care.

Improved Outcomes

Helping your doctors and pharmacists to prescribe and fill the right medications will improve your health and quality of life.

Lower Healthcare Costs

By taking medications that sync with your DNA, you can avoid negative side effects and their associated costs.

Personalized Medicine

With a PGx test, you can say goodbye to trial-and-error prescribing practices and hello to accurate medication management.


How does it work and what is the process

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A Lifetime of Benefits

What Is Pharmacogenomics?

What Is Pharmacogenomics?

Pharmacogenomics studies how genes affect your response to medications by combining the fields of pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of genes and what they do). For us, the goal of pharmacogenomics is to take the research that has been proven over the past 30 years and make it usable and actionable for physicians.

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Take the Reins on Your Health

Take the Reins on Your Health

You should know which medications are right for you and their potential interactions—long before you even start taking them. According to an NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll, 29 percent of people decided to stop taking a prescription because of negative side effects, and 15 percent of people said they stopped taking a drug because they didn’t think it was working.

With PGx testing, you get the data behind why and how your body metabolizes certain medications. Get tested to enable your providers proactively on medication management—not reactively.


Is Pharmacogenomics Right for Me?

As more people grow increasingly invested in their own health, technology is playing a vital role in connecting patients to their DNA. Translational Software’s pharmacogenomics testing can help your doctor or pharmacist see the efficacy and toxicity of certain drugs and provide the best care possible. PGx testing is for you if you:

  • Are diagnosed with one of the most common diseases that pharmacogenomics tests can provide medication insight on
  • Take multiple medications and have experienced negative side effects
  • Are the parent of a child with a chronic condition that is managed with multiple medications
  • Are a caregiver for an aging adult who needs healthcare assistance
  • Want to optimize your health and medication management
  • Have experienced unexplained side effects from certain medications

How Does It Work?

Getting a pharmacogenomics test is easy with these three simple steps:


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What People Say

  • "Translational Software has taken the pioneering step of implementing the first pharmacogenomics solution that employs FHIR genomics for optimizing the prescription of patient medications, and has been a real leader in this arena."


    Gil Alterovitz, Ph.D., a Harvard Medical School professor and co-chair of HL7’s Clinical Genomics Work Group

  • "Integrating Translational Software’s PGx knowledge base within our e-prescribing platform allows us to deliver an in-workflow, evidence-based approach to medication prescribing that can be used as part of routine care."


    President of DrFirst