Introducing

    A new employee benefit designed to help reduce drug waste and keep employees healthy and productive.

     

    Looking for an individual test for yourself or a loved one? Click here.

    How Does It Work?

    P3 provides your employees with affordable pharmacogenetic testing that can help their doctor find the right dose of the right drug, the first time.

     

    Download our Brochure for Plan Sponsors

     

    Proud partners with

    HRPA - Human Resources Professionals Assocation Partners

    Why P3?

    Saves $ on medication waste

     

    Less employees on short- and long-term disability

     

    Less medication-related absenteeism

     

    Increased employee productivity and morale

     

    The Statistics

    Prescription Medication Statistics Canada

     

     

    The Science Behind P3

    We are all genetically unique, and so are our responses to medication.

    P3 works by identifying these unique genetic differences.

     

    P3 provides a pharmacogenetic (drug-gene interaction) report with recommendations that have been clinically validated by at least one of the two leading consortias:

     

    Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC)

    Dutch Pharmacogenetics Working Group (DPWG)

     

    All testing is conducted at a state-of-the-art genetic laboratory that operates under the current Good Laboratory Practice (cGLP) guidelines set by Health Canada.

     

    How It Works







     

    Eligibility Options

    Strict Plan:

    Employees and their dependents are eligible for the test when they are prescribed or are currently taking a medication on our Drug List, AND are experiencing issues with their medication.

     

    Standard Plan:

    Employees and their dependents are eligible for the test when they are prescribed or are currently taking a medication on our Drug List.

     

    Flexible Plan:

    Employees and their dependents are eligible for the test when they are prescribed or are currently taking a medication on our Drug List, OR are prescribed a medication with therapeutic alternatives on our Drug List.

     

    Co-Pay:

    Employees and dependents under any plan who are non-eligible may purchase the test at a significantly discounted rate.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is P3?

    P3, Personalized Prescription Plan, is a new employee benefit designed to help reduce drug waste and keep employees healthy and productive.

    It works by providing your employees with affordable genetic testing on an employer-paid subscription basis that can personalize their prescription drugs.

    Who is Eligible?

    To see eligibility options, click here.

    Why Are Estrogen-Containing Contraceptives Excluded From Eligibility?

    Estrogen-containing contraceptives are generally used to prevent pregnancy as an elective drug. This class of drugs is heavily used by the female population and can be prescribed without prevailing symptoms.

    As such, estrogen-containing contraceptives are only tested if you become eligible for the test through any other drug on our Drug List.

    Non-eligible employees or dependents may wish to “opt-in” to purchase the full test separately (i.e. “Co-Pay”) at a significantly discounted rate.

    Which Drugs are Tested?

    Click here to see our Drug List.

    Who Benefits from P3

    Both employers and employees benefit from P3 in the following ways:

    • Less absenteeism
    • Less trial-and-error with newly prescribed drugs
    • Prevention of unnecessary medical leave caused by prescription drugs
    • Higher productivity
    • Better employee morale

    How Does P3 Work?

    See how it works here.

    Why Does P3 Work?

    See why it works here.

    What Happens to My Employees’ Personal Health Information?

    Your employees’ personal health information is kept private and confidential by Personalized Prescribing Inc.

    This means that the employer will never see their employees’ personal health information, and will never know who becomes eligible for the test.

    Click here to read our Privacy Policy.

    Click here for Privacy and Confidentiality of Genetic Information.

    What is the Retail Value of the P3 Test?

    There are several companies that offer individual genetic testing for drug response. Based on the current market, a test similar to the one offered under P3 would retail for approximately $1000 or more per person.

    How Much Does P3 Cost?

    I Am An Eligible Employee. How Do I Get Started?

    Eligible employees can call us directly at 1 (844) 943-0210, or email us at info@personalizedprescribing.com

    Please have proof of prescription and your doctor’s contact information ready to confirm eligibility.

    I Have Received My Kit. What Do I Do Next?

    Please follow the instructions included in your kit to collect your sample.

    When Do I Get to See My Test Results?

    Based on your choices when you consent to testing, your results may be shared with you, your healthcare professional, or both. Turnaround time is typically 1-3 weeks.

    My Question is Not in This List.

     If your question was not answered here, contact us and we will gladly answer any questions you may have.

    Drugs Tested Under P3

    DrugBrand Names
    acenocoumarolAscumar, Mini-sintrom, Neositron
    Sincoumar, Sinkumar, Sinthrom, Sinthrome, Sintrom, Syncoumar, Syncumar, Syntrom, Zotil
    amitriptylineAdepress, Adepril,
    Amitid, Amitril, Amitryp, Conmitrip, Damilan, Damilen, Elanil, Elavil, Elatrol, Endep, Fiorda, Flavyl, Hexathane, Horizon, Kamitrin, Lantron, Laroxil, Laroxyl, Latilin, Lentizol, Maxitrip, Proheptadiene, Redomex, Saroten, Sarotex, Seroten, Sylvemid, Syneudon, Triptanol, Triptilin, Triptisol, Tryptanol, Tryptizol, Uxen Retard, dAmitriptyline
    aripiprazoleAbilify, Aripiprex, Abilitat
    atomoxetineAttentin, Strattera, Tomoxetin
    azathioprineAzamun, Azanin, Azasan, Ccucol, Imuran, Imurek, Imurel, Muran
    capecitabineXeloda
    citalopramAkarin, Celapram, Celexa, Celius, Ciazil, Cilift, Cipram, Cipramil, Ciprapine, Citabax, Citalec, Citol, Citopam, Citox, Citrol, Dalsan, Elopram, Humorup, Nitalapram, Oropram, Pramcit, Recital, Seropram, Talam, Talohexal, Temperax, Vodelax, Zentius, Zetalo
    clomipramineAnafranil, Hydiphen
    clopidogrelClopidogrel, Clopidogrel sulfate, Plavix
    codeineActacode, Bisoltus, Bromophar, Bronchicum, Bronchodine, Codant, Codedrill, Codein, Codeisan, Coderpina, Codicalm, Codicept, Codinex, Coducept, Cougel, Coutan, Dinco, Farmacod, Galcodine, Pectoral, Tussoret
    desipramineNorpramin, Pentofran, Pertofran, Pertrofane, Sertofran, Treyzafagit
    doxepinAdapin, Aponal, Curatin, Deptran, Doxal, Doxepine, Prudoxin, Quitaxon, Silenor, Sinequan, Sinquan, Xepin, Triadapin, Zonalon
    escitalopramCipralex, Lexapro
    esomeprazoleAlenia, Awa-Block, Axagon, Cor, Cronopep, Emanera, Emep, Emozul, ES-OD, Esmep, Eso, Esofag, Esogastrosedol, Esolok, Esomarfan, Esomenta, Esomep, Esomeprazol Genfar, Esopral, Esorest, Essocam, Losec, Lucen, Nexiam, Nexium, Nexium IV, Prilosec, Raciper
    estrogen-containing contraceptivesDelestrogen, Natazia, Qlaria, Apri, Azurette, Cesia, Cyclessa, Desogen, Kariva, Mircette, Ortho-Cept, Reclipsen, Solia, Velivet, Gianvi, Loryna, Ocella, Syeda, Yasmin, Yaz, Zarah, Beyaz, Safyral, Demulen, Kelnor, Zovia, Alesse, Aviane, Camrese, Camrese Lo, Enpresse, Jolessa, Lessina, Levlen, Levlite, Levora, LoSeasonique, Lutera, Lybrel, Nordette, Portia, Quasense, Seasonale, Seasonique, Sronyx, Tri-Levlen, Triphasil, Trivora, Aranelle, Balziva, Brevicon, Briellyn, Cyclafem, Estrostep, Femcon, Generess, Gildess, Junel, Leena, Loestrin, Microgestin, Minastrin, Modicon, Necon 0.5/3.5, Norinyl 1+35, Nortrel, Ortho-Novum 1/35, Ovcon, Tilia, Tri-Legest Fe, Tri-Norinyl, ZenChent, Zeosa, Estarylla, Mono-Linyah, MonoNessa, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, Ortho-Cyclen, Previfem, Sprintec, Tri-Cyclen, Tri-Cyclen Lo, Tri-Linyah, TriNessa, Tri-Previfem, Tri-Sprintec, Cryselle, Lo/Ovral, Low-Ogestrel, Ogestrel
    flecainideAlmarytm, Apocard, Ecrinal, Flecaine, Tambocor
    fluorouracil 5 Fluorouracil, Adrucil, Arumel, Carac, Carzonal, Effluderm, Efudex, Efudix, Efurix, FU,
    Fluoroblastin, Fluoroplex, Fluracil, Fluracilum, Fluri, Fluril, Fluro Uracil, Flurouracil, Ftoruracil, Kecimeton, Phthoruracil, Phtoruracil, Queroplex, Timazin, URF, Ulup, Valeant
    fluvoxamineApo-Fluvoxamine, CO Fluvoxamine, Fluvoxamine, Fluvoxamine Maleate, Luvox, PMS Fluvoxamine, ratio-Fluvoxamine, Sandoz Fluvoxamine
    haloperidolAloperidin, Apo-Haloperidol LA, Apo-Haloperidol, Bioperidolo, Brotopon, Dozic, Duraperidol, Einalon S, Eukystol, Haldol, Haldol Decanoate, Haloperidol-LA Omega, Haloperil, Halosten, Keselan, Linton, Novo-Peridol, Peluces, PMS-Haloperidol, PMS-Haloperidol LA, Serenace, Sigaperidol, USP
    imipramineAntideprin, Apo-Imipramine,
    Berkomine, Censtim, Censtin, DPID, Declomipramine, Dimipressin, Dyna-Zina, Dynaprin, Estraldine, Eupramin, IM, Imavate, Imidobenzyle, Imipramina, Imipramine Hcl, Imiprin, Imizin, Imizine, Imizinum, Impramine, Intalpram, Iramil, Irmin, Janimine, Maleate, Melipramin, Melipramine, Nelipramin, Novo-Pramine, Norfranil, Pramine, Prazepine, Presamine, Promiben, Psychoforin, Sk-Pramine, Surplix, Timolet, Tipramine, Tofranil, Base
    Tofranil-PM, (imipramine pamoate), Tofranil-Pm, Tofraniln A, Trimipramine,
    lansoprazoleAgopton, Amarin, Aprazol, Bamalite, Biuret, Biuret Gr, Biuret Reagent, Biuret Reagent, Solution Blason, Compraz, Dakar, Ilsatec, Ketian, Lancid, Lanproton, Lansoloc, Lansopep, Lansoprazol [INN-Spanish], Lansoprazole, [Usan:Ban:Inn]
    Lansoprazolum [INN-Latin], Lanston, Lanz, Lanzol, Lanzopral,Lanzopran, Lanzor, Lasoprol, Limpidex, Mesactol, Monolitum, Ogast, Ogastro, Opiren, Prevacid, Prevacid IV Prevacid Solutab, Prevacid 24HR, Prevpac, Prezal, Pro Ulco, Promp, Prosogan, Suprecid, Takepron, Ulpax, Zoprol, Zoton
    mercaptopurineIsmipur, Leukerin, Leupurin, Mercaleukim, Mercaleukin, Mern, Puri-Nethol, Purimethol, Purinethol
    metoprololApo-Metoprolol, Apo-Metoprolol SR, Beloc, Betaloc, Betaloc, Bloxan, Corvitol, Durules, Lopresor, Lopresoretic, Lopressor, Lopressor HCT, Minax, Metrol, Metroprolol, Neobloc, Presolol, Met-XL, Metolar, Metoprolol-L, Novo-Metoprol , Nu-Metop, PMS- Sandoz Metoprolol (Type L), Prelis, Seloken, Selokeen, Selo-Zok, Selopral, Starpress, Restopress, Gen-Metoprolol (Type L), Toprol, Toprol XL, Toprol-XL
    nortriptylineAllegron, Aventyl, Aventyl HCL, Acetexa, Allegron, Altilev, Amitryptyline, Demethyl-
    Ateben, Avantyl
    Demethylamitriptylene, Demethylamitriptyline, Demethylamitryptyline, Desitriptilina, Desmethylamitriptyline, Lumbeck, Noramitriptyline, Noritren, Norpress, Nortrilen, Nortriptyline Hcl, Nortryptiline, Norzepine, Pamelor, Psychostyl, Sensaval, Sensival Ventyl, Sensoval, Sesaval, Vividyl
    omeprazoleAntra, Audazol, Aulcer, Belmazol, Ceprandal, Danlox, Demeprazol, Desec, Dizprazol, Dudencer, Elgam, Emeproton, Epirazole, Erbolin, Exter, Gasec, Gastrimut, Gastroloc, Gibancer, Indurgan, Inhibitron, Inhipump, Lensor, Logastric, Lomac, Losec, Losepine, Mepral, Miol, Miracid, Mopral, Morecon, Nilsec, Nopramin, Ocid, Olexin, Omapren, Omebeta 20, Omed, Omegast, Omepral, Omeprazon, Omeprol, Omesek, Omezol, Omezolan, Omid, Omisec, Omizac, Ompanyt, Ortanol, Osiren, Ozoken, Paprazol, Parizac, Pepticum, Pepticus, Peptilcer, Prazentol, Prazidec, Prazolit, Prilosec, Procelac, Proclor, Prysma, Ramezol, Regulacid, Sanamidol, Secrepina, Tedec, Ulceral, Ulceral, Ulcesep, Ulcometion, Ulcozol, Ulcsep, Ulsen, Ultop, Ulzol, Victrix, Zefxon, Zegerid, Zepral, Zimor, Zoltum
    oxycodoneCombunox, Dihydroxycodeinone, Dinarkon, Diphydrone, Endocet, Endodan, Endone, Eubine, Eucodal, Eucodalum, Eukodal, Eutagen, Oxanest, Oxecta, Oxicon, Oxicone, Oxikon, OxyFAST, OxyIR, OxyNEO, OxyNorm, Oxycodeinone, Oxycodon, Oxycon, Oxycontin, Pancodine, Percobarb, Percodan, Percolone, Remoxy, Roxicodone, Supendol, Supeudol, Tecodin, Tekodin, Thecodine, Thekodin
    pantoprazoleAPI, Astropan, Controloc, Dew-Pantadom, Eupantol, Fenix, Inipomp, Neoppi, Nolpaza, Panprax, Pansiv, Pantec, Pantecta, Pantid, Pantodac, Pantoheal, Pantoloc, Pantomed, Pantozol, Pantpas, Pantup, Perizole Zurcazolj, Ppi-40, Prazolin, Protonex, Protium, Protonix, Somac, Tecta, TopZole, UXL-D
    paroxetineAropax, Brisdelle, Paxil, Paxil CR, Pexeva, Sereupin, Seroxat, Seroxat CR
    phenprocoumonFalithiom, Falithrom, Fencumar, Liquamar, Marcoumar, Marcumar, Marcuphen
    phenytoinAleviatin, Antisacer, Auranile, Causoin, Citrullamon, Citrulliamon, Comital, Comitoina, Convul, Danten, Dantinal, Dantoinal, Dantoinal klinos, Dantoine, Denyl, Di-Hydan, Di-Lan, Di-Phetine, Didan TDC 250, Difenilhidantoina, Difenin, Difetoin, Difhydan, Dihycon, Dilabid, Dilantin, Dilantin acid, Dilantin-125, Dilantine, Dillantin, Dintoin, Dintoina, Diphantoin, Diphedal, Diphedan, Diphenat, Diphenin, Diphenine, Diphentoin, Diphentyn, Diphenylan, Ditoinate, Ekko, Elepsindon, Enkelfel, Epamin, Epanutin, Epasmir 5, Epdantoin Simple, Epdantoine simple, Epelin, Epifenyl, Epihydan, Epilan, Epilan D, Epilan-D, Epilantin, Epinat, Epised, Eptal, Eptoin, Fenantoin, Fenidantoin s, Fentoin, Fenylepsin, Fenytoin Dak, Fenytoine, Gerot-epilan-D, Hidan, Hidantal, Hidantilo, Hidantina, Hidantina senosian, Hidantina vitoria, Hidantomin, Hindatal, Hydantal, Hydantin, Hydantoin, Hydantoinal, Hydantol, Ictalis simple, Idantoil, Idantoin, Iphenylhydantoin, Kessodanten, Labopal, Lehydan, Lepitoin, Lepsin, Mesantoin, Minetoin, Neos-Hidantoina, Neosidantoina, Novantoina, Novophenytoin, Om hidantoina simple, Om-Hydantoine, Oxylan, Phanantin, Phanatine, Phenatine, Phenatoine, Phenhydan, Phenhydanin, Phenitoin, Phentoin, Phentytoin, Phenytek, Phenytex, Phenytoin AWD, Phenytoin-Gerot, Prompt Phenytoin, Sodium
    Ritmenal, Saceril, Sanepil, Silantin, Sinergina, Sodanthon, Sodantoin, Sodanton, Solantin, Solantoin, Solantyl, Sylantoic, TOIN, Tacosal, Thilophenyl, Toin unicelles, Zentronal, Zentropil
    propafenoneRhythmol, Rythmol SR, Rytmonorm
    risperidoneRisperdal, Risperdal Consta, Risperdal M-Tab, Risperidal M-Tab, Risperin, Rispolept, Rispolin, Sequinan
    sertralineApo-Sertraline, Lustral, Zoloft
    simvastatinCholestat, Coledis, Colemin, Corolin, Denan, Labistatin, Lipex, Lodales, Medipo, Nivelipol, Pantok, Rendapid, Simovil, Sinvacor, Sivastin, Sivatin, Sivinar, Sorfox, Sotovastin, Starezin, Starstat, Starzoko, Stasiva, Statex, Staticor, Statinal, Stativer, Synvinolin, Vasotenal, Vytorin, Zocor, Zocord
    tamoxifenAdifen, Adopan, Apo-Tamox, Bilem, Caditam, Citofen, Crisafeno, Doctamoxifene, Diemon, Ebefen, Fenahex, Genox, Gen-Tamoxifen, Gynatam, Istubal, Istubol, Kessar, Mammonex, Neophedan, Noltam, Nolvadex, Nolvadex-D, Nourytam, Novofen, Novo-Tamoxifen, Oncomox, PMS-Tamoxifen, Retaxim, Soltamox, Tadex, Tamifen, Tamizam, Tamofen, Tamone, Tamoneprin, Tamoplex, Tamoxasta, Tamoxen, Tamoxilon, Tamtero, Tecnotax, Tomifen, Valodex, Zemide
    tegafurTegafur-uracil
    thioguanine6-Thioguanine, Lanvis, Tabloid, Thioguanine, Tioguanine,
    Wellcome U3B,
    tramadolConZip, Crispin, Durela, Ralivia, Ralivia ER, Ralivia Flashtab, Rybix, Ryzolt, Tramadol HCl BP/EP, Tramal, Tridural, Ultram, Ultram ER, Zydol, Zytram XL
    trimipramineHerphonal, Rhotrimine, Sapilent, Stangyl, Surmontil, Surmontyl, Temaril, Trimidura, Trimineurin, Tripress, Tydamine
    venlafaxineEfexor, Effexor, Effexor XR, Elafax
    voriconazoleVfend
    warfarinAthrombin, Athrombin-K, Athrombine-K, Brumolin, Co-Rax, Coumadin, Coumadin Tabs, Coumafen, Coumafene, Coumaphen, Coumaphene, Coumarins, Coumefene, D-Con, Dethmor, Dethnel, Dicusat E, Frass-Ratron, Jantoven, Kumader, Kumadu, Kumatox, Kypfarin, Latka 42, Lawarin, Mar-Frin, Marevan, Maveran, Panwarfin, Place-Pax, Prothromadin, RAX, Rosex, Sofarin, Solfarin, Sorexa Plus, Temus W Lawarin, Tintorane, Tox-Hid, Uniwarfin, Vampirinip II, Vampirinip III, Waran, Warf, Warf 42, Warfant, Warfarat, Warfarin Plus, Warfarin Q, Warfarine, Warficide, Warfilone, Zoocoumarin
    zuclopenthixolAcuphase, Cisordinol, Clopixol, Zuclopentixol

    Testimonials

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    Personalized Prescribing Inc.

    150 Ferrand Drive, Suite #500
    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
    M3C 3E5

    Email: info@personalizedprescribing.com
    1 (844) 943-0210

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