RxMapper is a personalized medication platform and telehealth consult practice developed in collaboration with Mayo Clinic. RxMapper sequences and analyzes your DNA and provides a telehealth consult with a Pharmacist certified through Mayo Clinic’s Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Certification Program. The goal of the consult is to identify medications that are likely to be safe and effective based on your DNA, and share those results with you and your doctor.
You are taking a medication that qualifies you to have your DNA sequenced and analyzed by RxMapper and receive a telehealth consult from an RxMapper Pharmacist certified through Mayo Clinic’s PGx-Certification Program.
Once you have been offered this benefit from your employer, you will receive an email from RxMapper with an invitation to register for your kit. After registration, you will receive a kit in the mail with easy-to-follow instructions. In order to collect a DNA sample, you should not eat or drink anything for 30 minutes, and then simply swab your mouth for saliva. You can then activate your kit and mail it back to us. We'll contact you to schedule a telehealth consult where you can review the results with an RxMapper Pharmacist certified through Mayo Clinic’s PGx-Certification Program.
If your employer offers this to you as a benefit, you will receive an email invitation to register for a kit.
Unfortunately RxMapper is not available directly to consumers at this time but you can contact us with your employer's information and we can reach out to them.
A telehealth pharmacist will review your results with you once the DNA sequencing has been completed.
RxMapper will invite you to schedule your telehealth appointment after your DNA results are in.
Pharmacogenomics is the study of how your body responds to drugs based on your DNA. This field of precision medicine combines pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of how genetic variation in your DNA impacts your biological processes). The goal of pharmacogenomics is to identify medications that are likely to work best for you based on your DNA.
Most people only need to be sequenced by RxMapper once in their life and this information can help you and your doctor make better informed decisions about which drugs you should and should not take based on your DNA.
No, RxMapper does not share with your employer your DNA sequencing results or any of your Protected Health Information (“PHI”). RxMapper is committed to protecting your privacy and only shares your Protected Health Information with you, your doctor, and your care team. In addition, HIPAA and GINA are federal laws that RxMapper abides by that protect your health information.
Yes, your employer is offering RxMapper’s DNA sequencing and telehealth consults as a free benefit to you.
RxMapper bills your employer directly for DNA sequencing and telehealth consults at no cost to you.
Yes, RxMapper provides DNA sequencing and telehealth consults to children. The provision of those services and who has access to the child’s health information depends on the age of the child as set forth in the table below and governed by applicable laws:
RxMapper is offered as a benefit by your employer and is not offered directly to consumers. If your neighbor would like to receive RxMapper’s DNA sequencing, analysis, and telehealth consult services, they should have their employers reach out directly to RxMapper to get enrolled.
For confidentiality purposes, prevention of discrimination, and also for adherence to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
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