Prescribe Based On Science
Certified GeneSight Providers
Your doctor collects a DNA sample by painlessly swabbing the inside of your cheek
Your MAIA doctor will discuss your results and work with you on a plan based on your results
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The Benefits Of GeneSight
More Pills Is Not The Answer
We should know if a prescription is achieving it’s intended results. By obtaining a GeneSight test you will know which prescriptions truly ment for you.
Prescriptions Based On Science
If you are a MAIA Member, your MAIA doctor will review your results and work with you to create a health plan that is right for you based on your genetics.
Reduce Your Prescriptions
GeneSight will tell you how your body responds to hundreds of existing prescriptions based off your DNA. This will allow your doctor to only prescribe what works for you.
Your MAIA doctors are GeneSight Certified and trained in reading and interpreting the GeneSight results.
What Is Genesight Testing?
Frequently Asked Questions
Shouldn't the medication that worked for my family member work for me?
Your genes are unique to you. You and a family member may respond or react differently to the same medication. The GeneSight test uses your genetic information to help your doctor recommend the best treatment for you.
What is the GeneSight Test?
If you have struggled with medication, your genes may be a contributing factor. With the GeneSight test, your genetic makeup can provide clinicians with insight into how you may metabolize or respond to certain medications commonly prescribed to treat depression, anxiety, ADHD and other psychiatric conditions.
The GeneSight test must be ordered by a doctor or nurse practitioner. The test is a simple cheek swab taken in your health care provider’s office or in the convenience of your home.
How much does the GeneSight test cost?
It may be covered by your insurance. The majority of patients pay $331 or less for their GeneSight test.
What happens to my DNA Sample?
All samples are destroyed within 60 days of processing. Patients can also request to have their samples destroyed immediately.