Personalized Prescribing has completely changed my life I can’t thank them enough. I have been on several different antidepressants since I was 23 and some seem to help but there was always some side effect that would make me feel like I should stop the medication. After doing the test and trying the medication that was recommended I feel like a new person.
I can’t thank you enough.” - Daphne Harvey
November 13 and 14, 2018
The HR Leaders Summit is the premier gathering of senior level HR professionals across Canada. The event welcomes senior HR leaders from a diverse spectrum of organizations across the country and offers attendees a senior level cross industry knowledge sharing experience that is second to none...
Drug Plan Management Forum
December 5, 2018
Face to Face forums have been running for 12 + years and have become one of the industry’s “must-attend” events. Audience includes: plan sponsors, group plan advisors, benefits consultants/brokers, pharmaceutical companies and other healthcare stakeholders; the Toronto session each December has become THE must attend drug plan conference of the year...
Annual Conference and Trade Show
January 30- February 1, 2019
HRPA’s 2019 Annual Conference & Trade Show is Canada’s largest HR event and the world’s second largest Human Resources conference. Join us as we inspire thousands of HR managers and business professionals this January 30–February 1, 2019 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto...
February 28 to March 1, 2019
The Conference board of Canada’s latest Canada 2030 report discusses the impacts that technological transformation will have on Canadian workplaces. New solutions in artificial intelligence and technology to better support employee wellness are emerging every day. This panel discussion includes new innovative solutions and helps members imagine what the future of workplace wellness could be...
The 1000 Genome Project have estimated that about 40% of the population have genetic mutations that result in complicated response to mental illness medication.
This means that 2 out of 5 Canadians are likely to respond negatively to Mental Illness medication the first time they are prescribed.
Personalized Prescribing Inc. (PPI) has conducted numerous pharmacogenomics tests for disabled employees referred by two disability management organizations in 2018. 92% of the employees who were referred, suffered from mental illness.
We found that 100% of employees on disability due to mental illness are in fact a subset of the above 40% with complex genetic mutations.
CAN GENETICS PREDICT DISABILITY DUE TO MENTAL ILLNESS?
June 9-11, 2019
Sanjida Ahmed, Geneticist at Personalized Prescribing Inc., and Irene Keller, Director, Product Development: Group Life & Disability and Integrated Health Solutions, Sun Life Financial Canada, discussed the emerging trend of personalized medicine at the CAUBO Conference 2019, in Halifax. They explained how our genes can influence our response to medications. When it comes to getting the right drug to the right patient for optimal results, personalized medicine could be a game changer for company drug plans.
May 26, 27 and 28, 2019
Personalized Prescribing presented at the “7th Annual Addictions and Mental Health Conference 2019” which took place on May 26, 27 and 28 at the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto. The topic “Pharmacogenomics is changing the lives of individuals with mental health conditions: Real Life Case Studies”, was covered in the presentation. The conference was attended by 400 delegates and is the province’s largest annual gathering of addiction and mental health workers, researchers, policy makers and knowledge brokers.
June 24-25, 2019
Held in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, the 19th Annual International Healthcare Summit (June 24-25, 2019) is a forum that allows Canadian healthcare officials, senior policy makers, and the private sector to meet and discuss the ways in which government transforms the quality healthcare delivery arena to produce effective and efficient solutions. Mark Faiz, CEO, Personalized Prescribing Inc., presented in a concurrent session at the summit which focused on medication incompatibility, and the simple testing that can prevent unwanted and dangerous side effects caused by medications.