Pharmacogenomics Consultation Service (PGx-CS) Clinic Implementation Data
Project Description: The UF Health Personalized Medicine Program (PMP) seeks to continue to implement clinical pharmacogenetic testing into routine clinical practice, though now in the outpatient setting as its own standalone clinical consultation service. To assess the success and impact of this genomic medicine implementation, the PMP plans to track and report implementation metrics and outcomes, including measures of feasibility and clinical utility. The primary therapeutic areas of focus for this implementation will include but are not limited to pain, psychiatry, gastroenterology, and cardiology. Initially, the PMP will pilot this service at the UF Health Internal Medicine at Tower Hill (IMTH) clinic, with the ultimate goal of making the service available to other outpatient clinic sites and eventually all patients within the UF Health system.
QPI: Meghan, Arwood, (email@example.com)
Collaborators: Meghan, Arwood, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
UF Health Big Aims: Zero Harm None
MeSH Keywords: Pharmacogenomic Variants, Pharmacogenomic Testing, Internal Medicine, Outpatients, Pharmacogenetics, implementation science