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EP. 104 | Pharmacogenomics 101 | Meet Ryan Gregg, Ph.D. is a Medical Science Liaison at OneOme

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October 12, 2017

By The DocPreneur Podcast | Concierge Medicine Today | The DPC Journal | CMT Canada OCTOBER 2017 – Ryan Gregg, Ph.D. is a Medical Science Liaison at OneOme. He obtained a B.S. with Honors in Forensic Chemistry from the University of Mississippi, and a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the Center for Substance Abuse and Research… Read More ›

LISTEN | “Genetic Testing 101” An Interview with Geneticist, Author and CEO, Brandon Colby, MD

“What would happen if a physician were to begin speaking to a patient’s future potential rather than their past performance?” adds Colby. “Where the practice of medicine may fall short, a story is often found in our DNA that will provide clarity. Instead of waiting for sickness to occur, the clarity provided by a patient’s… Read More ›

Physicians for Informed Consent Publishes Scientific Finding on the MMR Vaccine

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 10, 2017 Contact: pr@picphysicians.org | picphysicians.org It has Not Been Proven that the MMR Vaccine is Safer than Measles for U.S. Children Los Angeles, Calif. — The California-based nonprofit organization, Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC), has announced the release of new educational materials to help pediatricians and parents assess the risks… Read More ›

CHEN, MD: “How Concierge Care for Low-Income Seniors Can Improve Outcomes and Reduce Costs” | AJMC

“We were surprised by that recent study because our experience has been the opposite. We have found that by providing intensive, “concierge-style” care to this population, we can have meaningful impact on their health outcomes and costs … We have found that investments up front—such as courtesy services, drop-in visits, and smaller patient panels—increase patient… Read More ›

FORBES: How To Plan The Trip Of A Lifetime With Your DNA

Available online for $169 (half of which is refundable if you book a trip with the company), it includes a simple cheek swab kit and user-friendly instructions. After you drop your sample in the mail to the company’s primary partner lab, Living DNA, its scientists use industry-leading technology to analyze your genetic fingerprint and reveal… Read More ›

TECHNOLOGY, Meet DNA Unwrapped: “Available online for $169, it includes a simple cheek swab kit and user-friendly instructions.”

Available online for $169 (half of which is refundable if you book a trip with the company), it includes a simple cheek swab kit and user-friendly instructions. After you drop your sample in the mail to the company’s primary partner lab, Living DNA, its scientists use industry-leading technology to analyze your genetic fingerprint and reveal… Read More ›

RESEARCH (MedScape): Genetic Testing Shows Scope of Familial Hypercholesterolemia Variants in the Community

By Marlene Busko December 30, 2016 – DANVILLE, PA and TARRYTOWN, NY — Genetic testing of more than 50 000 adult patients in a large US healthcare system identified that 1 in 222 patients carried gene variants associated with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), in a new study[1]. Moreover, these FH carriers were much more likely to… Read More ›

HIT Think: “Why data is a key in driving patient engagement”

Demonstrate the ability to efficiently deliver concierge medicine through virtual locations of care. By Proteus Duxbury | Published October 03 2016, 3:42pm EDT Healthcare reform, technology advances and the rising cost of care is changing the way insurance is purchased and utilized, while empowering the consumer to make their own healthcare decisions. As a result,… Read More ›