TreatGx is a precision prescribing software (medication decision support system) that personalizes prescriptions to help reduce the risk of adverse drug reactions, increase medication efficacy and reduce healthcare costs. TreatGx goes beyond the individual’s genetic code and enables precision prescribing by detecting complex interactions including...

PharmGKB is a publicly available internet research tool that provides information about how genetic variation among individuals contributes to differences in reactions to drugs. Developed by Stanford University and funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), PharmGKB is the largest pharmacogenetic database. The information in...

Developments in information technology is vital to integrate genomic knowledge into electronic prescribing systems and facilitate adoption into practice The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the Department of Health England, Professor Dame Sally Davies, has called for making genomic testing part of routine medical practice. In...