Consumers are looking for more control over their health. With the advent of affordable genetic testing there are new avenues for personalized prevention and precision medicine.
But this technology is new, and we must address concerns that patients – and not a few physicians – don’t always understand what the genetic results mean, or what to do about them. Many doctors trained before the clinical implications of genetics and genomics were widely taught. Now, without burdening your organization, you can deliver personalized treatment and behavioral-health programs with a mobile AI assistant that provides genetic counseling, tailored to the user, and supports your customers 24/7.