AssureRx Health achieves CAP accreditation for laboratory pharmacogenetic testing services

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AssureRx Health, Inc. today announced that it has received accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) for the delivery of high-quality, reliable laboratory pharmacogenetic testing services that meet or exceed regulatory laboratory standards and ensure commitment to patient care.

The goal of the CAP Laboratory Accreditation Program is to improve patient safety by advancing the quality of pathology and laboratory services through education, standard setting, and ensuring that laboratories meet or exceed regulatory requirements. An accredited laboratory is inspected by an accrediting organization approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and deemed as equivalent to or more stringent than CMS's regulatory requirements. CAP accreditation now places AssureRx Health among an exclusive group of more than 6,000 laboratories worldwide that have met the highest standards of excellence in laboratory medicine.

“We are committed to producing accurate and detailed reports based on our GeneSightRx pharmacogenetic test, which analyzes clinically important genetic variants that may affect an individual patient’s response to specific psychiatric medications,” said Donald R. Wright, Senior Vice President Operations and Technology of AssureRx Health. “CAP accreditation further supports our mission of becoming a leading supplier of treatment support products that assist physicians in making personalized medication choices for behavioral health and other neuropsychiatric disorders.”

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