Webinar

Your 2023 Healthcare Game-Changer: Pharmacogenomics

December 13 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET

99% of all individuals have at least one genetic mutation that would adversely affect their response to medications. Small genetic differences mean a medication that is beneficial for one person could be extremely dangerous for another. For this reason, pharmacogenomics (PGx) is becoming such a valuable tool in personalized medicine.

In this webinar join Tria Health’s CEO, Jessica Lea, and Johnson County’s Benefits and Wellness manager, Cameron Ahrens to learn more about:

  1. What is pharmacogenomics and how it works
  2. How and why employers should integrate it into their benefits strategy
  3. First-hand experiences since incorporating PGx

Presented By

Jessica Lea, PharmD
CEO
Tria Health
Cameron Ahrens
Benefits and Wellness Manager
Johnson County

Sponsored By

Tria Health was founded on the belief that pharmacists play a vital role in the management of high-risk patients that drive the majority of health care spend. Medications treat chronic conditions, but research shows that 50% of patients do not take their medication as prescribed. Sixteen percent of US health care spend is related to non-optimized medication use. Tria’s Chronic Condition Management (CCM) is an effective and proven solution to uncover the “why” behind non-optimized drug use and prevent unnecessary health care claims from occurring.

Tria Health’s pharmacists work one on one with patients and their physician(s) to improve the patient’s health. This personalized approach is enhanced with technology using instantaneous readings from remote monitoring devices and intelligent data analysis to make sure the right patient is getting the right care at the right time. Without an effective CCM strategy, an employer’s high-risk population will continue to face wellness and financial obstacles.

Tria Health’s mission is to develop and maintain a partnership of trust with patients and their health care providers to deliver patient-centered, pharmacist-led, and technology-enable chronic condition management that results in optimal health outcomes.