This is a strenuous task for providers of pain management. One in 10 patients prescribed an opioid within 7 days of surgery will become a long-time user. Postoperative patients who experience an adverse drug event will result in an average longer stay, up to 47% higher cost of care, and have a significantly higher risk of admission within 30 days. CQuentia provides a comprehensive, industry leading Pharmacogenomic (PGx) test that has been shown to reduce adverse gene-drug, drug-drug, and drug-disease events.
Pharmacogenomic (PGx) Testing helps uncover the biological reasons behind different outcomes to medications by linking genetic variability to drug responses and outcomes. By utilizing PGx testing, pain management providers can devise individualized pain management regiments to alleviate acute and chronic pain and simultaneously reduce narcotics use. PGx testing has been shown to reduce narcotic use by 50%, increase medication adherence and reduce ED visits by approximately 70%.
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CQuentia’s goal is to deliver actionable information, integrated at the point-of-care to help you deliver the individualized pain management regimen for your patients. Our PGx tests are developed incorporating the guidelines laid by the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC) in our CLIA-certified laboratory. We have taken our innovative technology and integrated within EMR into some of the largest hospital systems in the country.
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