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Identify Patients in Need of Genetic Services

10% OF PREGNANCIES

have a genetic risk factor that is not found by routine prenatal care.*

However, not every patient needs to meet directly with a genetic counselor.

We offer software solutions to help clinicians identify and connect people with appropriate genetic services.

PATIENT EDUCATION
Engaging content to document informed consent

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FAMILY HISTORY COLLECTION
In-depth and patient-friendly electronic tools

CLINICAL GUIDANCE
Clear and concise advice from experts

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How It Works

1

 YOU

simply send your patients a link to a customized account.

2

THE PATIENT

reviews educational modules and completes an electronic family history questionnaire.

3

A GENETIC COUNSELOR

remotely reviews the history and provides you with recommendations.

A Word About Genetic Counseling

Some patients may still benefit from speaking directly with a genetic counselor. You can keep your relationship with the genetic counselors you have always relied upon. Our reports can support them, too, by providing crucial history information in advance.

Privacy and Security

We pledge to protect your patients’ and your practice’s data. We will only use their information to serve you and your patients.

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What People Are Saying About Mainstream Genomics

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I have referred many of my patients to Mainstream Genomics, and we have been extremely happy with the experience. We receive personalized and specific recommendations that include both the background of a condition, along with the pros and cons of doing further testing. Thank you!

— Ian Kroes, MD

Want to Know More?

*Meschede, SD and Horst, J. The practical importance of pedigree analysis in women considering invasive prenatal diagnosis for advanced maternal age or serum screening. Prenatal Diagnosis 2000.