Launch Your
Unique Wellness Program with Incite HealthTM

Our innovative Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing enables you to:


Enhance Your Employee Health and Productivity


Improve Your Cost Containment Strategy


Decrease Your Employee Absenteeism Rate

On average, employees who applied PGx recommendations to their healthcare experienced:


fewer inpatient all-cause hospitalizations1


fewer emergency room visits1


fewer absentee days3


This equates to an estimated reduction of
Per Employee Per Year

1. Perlis RH, et al. Pharmacogenetic testing among patients with mood and anxiety disorders is associated with decreased utilization and cost: A propensity-score matched study. 2. Depression & Anxiety. 2018;35(10):946-952. doi:10.1002/da.22742 3.

Our Unique Wellness Program Delivers Both Personalized Care And Reduces Healthcare Costs.

The Unique Wellness Program Can Be Done In 5 Easy Steps.


Incite Health creates a secured employer portal


Employee registers on portal and orders test kit


Test kit received, sample collected and returned to Incite Health


Sample processed and results uploaded to employee portal


Employee and physician are notified of results for consultation

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question? We’re here to answer!

How can we best engage our employees to take advantage of this new Employee Wellness Program that we are offering?

Incite Health will provide communication options to you that can help build awareness of the PGx Testing Wellness Program through emails to employees as well as having educational videos available on the Employee Portal to learn more about the benefits of PGx testing.

Will our employees need to re-test if a new medication is launched and added to the list?

For a new drug to be included within an Incite Health PGx report, clinical evidence for the specific Drug-Gene interaction must be clinically confirmed and reported by one of three regulatory organizations – the FDA, CPIC (Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium) or PharmGKB (Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base). These organizations review clinical studies and publish the guidelines for PGx reporting based on this data.

As new medications are evaluated, any Drug-Gene interactions are reported via these organizations; if the associated genes are included within Incite Health’s PGx report then no repeat testing is required – we will simply re-run the reports to capture these new medication guidelines. Only in instances where a new gene that is not covered under our current PGx test is reported, would another separate PGx test be recommended.

I see that not all drugs on your list; what if I am looking for a medication that is not on your list?

Incite Health’s PGx report only includes drugs with clinically confirmed Drug-Gene interactions and the associated guidelines published by the FDA, CPIC or PharmGKB for the genes profiled within Incite Health’s PGx test. If a medication is not listed in our report, it is because there are no confirmed Drug-Gene interactions, or that the gene responsible is not included in our test.

Specialty drugs are our biggest expense, and they appear not to be on your drug list; how can you help us with that?

Specialty drugs such as Ozempic™ and Zepbound™ are new to the market, and there are still ongoing PGx clinical studies evaluating any Drug-Gene interactions. As soon as the FDA, CPIC or PharmGKB issue any PGx guidelines on the use of these drugs, then Incite Health will, wherever appropriate, update our PGx reporting.

How can we measure the success of the program? How do we know if it’s working?

With the Incite Health PGx Testing Program, your employees will have access to our Pharmacist of Record who will be available to help interpret your employees’ PGx results and provide insights to help in their medication management regimen. Additionally, the PGx results will also be sent to the employee’s healthcare provider so that their physician can take action with the employee as well to ensure compliance. All these actions should lead to fewer employee sick days, less absenteeism, and fewer trips to the ER – improving the wellness of your employees and reducing overall costs.

Is this test covered by insurance?

PGx testing is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance companies under specific conditions. We recommend that you reach out to your healthcare insurance provider for more details.

With Incite Health, You Can Support Your Employees’ Personalized Healthcare Journey.

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