INTERCONNECTED SOLUTIONS

Precision Medicine in Practice

Translational Software’s Precision Health Nexus brings disparate—and often siloed—pharmacogenomics practitioners together via an integrated network of partners. The Nexus provides affordable and clinically relevant testing and reporting solutions for better patient health outcomes. Based on our standards-based API, the Nexus allows for seamless workflows and integrations to deliver easy-to-understand recommendations and guidance for therapeutic care.

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SMARTER MEDICINE

The Nexus of Pharmacogenomics

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FOR LABORATORIES

Expand Partnerships and Increase Impact

Not only does our Precision Health Nexus help laboratories create clinically relevant reports that are easy for physicians to use, but our solutions also deliver workflow efficiencies. With the Nexus, laboratories can:

  • Create new partnerships with application providers that can enable a small lab to compete for business in advanced healthcare settings
  • Accept orders through PGxPortal and manage the process
  • Give consumers access to telehealth and clinical providers to overcome the limitations of direct-to-consumer testing
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FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

Deliver on the Promise of Precision Medicine

Our technology solutions help turn complex genetic data into actionable guidance for improving patient outcomes. Through the Nexus, healthcare providers can:

  • Access care insights throughout a patient’s lifetime
  • Select testing services based on genes to be tested, lowest cost, in-network status, or geographic area
  • Select clinical decision support applications for EHR integration or pharmacy systems
  • Bring testing in-house with the same reporting and clinical decision support features as networked laboratories
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Comprehensive PGx Testing Management
FOR HEALTHCARE IT

Comprehensive PGx Testing Management

Our Precision Health Nexus gives independent software providers and application developers licensing for a fully functional API for including PGx test results inside their solution. With the Nexus, healthcare IT providers can:

  • Order tests from our network of technically and geographically diverse laboratories
  • Receive comprehensive data based on our vetted knowledge base
  • Re-evaluate patients using analysis functions as medications change and intelligently search for medication alternatives
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A COMPLETE ECOSYSTEM

How Does It Work?

Our Precision Health Nexus is a one-stop shop for PGx solutions that ensures supply chain security so your risk of being unable to perform testing is low.

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TESTIMONIALS

What People Say

  • "Translational Software understands pharmacogenomic testing better than anyone else in the field, and they were able to create a platform that seamlessly delivered on our vision."
    JOEL DIAMOND

    JOEL DIAMOND

    Chief Medical Officer at 2bPrecise LLC

  • "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."
    G. CAMERON DEEMER

    G. CAMERON DEEMER

    President of DrFirst

  • "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, PHD

    GIL ALTEROVITZ, PHD

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