Ordering Options for
MyOme Reports and Tests

We offer two ways to order MyOme reports and tests.
Choose the option that works best for your workflow.

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Healthcare Provider Ordering

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Patient Ordering for MyOme Personal Genome™ Reports*

*A healthcare provider will review and, if determined appropriate for the patient, will order the test.

HEALTHCARE PROVIDER ORDERING

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1. Order

Healthcare providers complete the Test Requisition Form (TRF) on your health system's interface.
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2. Collect

MyOme accepts blood, saliva and buccal samples.
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3. Ship

A blood, saliva or buccal collection kit is provided. You can request that they are sent to your office or directly to your patient. Upon collection, the kits are sent to our lab via a pre-paid FedEx package.
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4. Result

Results are returned through MyOme's secure portal.

PATIENT ORDERING

Direct your patients to our website, where they can click the Order Now button to access the MyOme portal, order the MyOme Personal Genome™ test and view reports. We will ship the sample collection kits directly to them and cover all shipping costs.

Once available, patients can access their results in the MyOme portal and download a copy to share with you.

SAMPLE REQUIREMENTS

The type of collected sample may be determined by the type of test and nature of the patient's condition, age, or preference. Sample types include blood, saliva and buccal. See the Instructions for Use to learn more.

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The MyOme Personal Genome™ Report was developed, and its performance characteristics were determined, by MyOme, Inc., a clinical laboratory certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) to perform high complexity clinical laboratory testing. This test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA has determined that such clearance or approval is not necessary for laboratory-developed tests.