Companion Genomics is a telehealth and software company providing innovative clinical care pathways engineered to improve efficiency and reduce or contain expenditure. Our point of care applications streamline the patient intake process, improve patient education and compliance, support medical policy for shared decision making, and offer a tamper evident audit trail of informed consent. With a significant amount of clinical or technical staff time spent of preauthorizing tests and administrative functions, our clinical and billing workflows offer a scalable and cost efficient solution for care management.
▪ Compliance with medical policy.
▪ Patient awareness of out of pocket cost prior to testing.
▪ Provides physicians with
a comprehensive patient risk profile
for real time care management.
▪ Ensures that patient fully
understands scope of testing.
▪ Shared decision making and clinical support.
▪ Patient has the required elements to make an informed decision with her healthcare provider.
▪ Electronic audit trail of the informed consent.
▪ For quality assurance and
future clinical research.
During your doctor visit, either your doctor or a healthcare provider will discuss your screening and testing options and provide you with instructions to use the bas-IL App.
After logging into the bas-IL App via a secure server, we will ask you to provide your updated insurance information so that we can confirm test coverage with your health plan.
We will let you and your doctor know if the test is covered and the estimated amount of your out of pocket costs.
By completing your family history intake form, your doctor will be able to ensure that you are offered appropriate testing.
Before consenting to having testing, your doctor would like to ensure that you understand what the test does and does not do.
By viewing the interactive video, you will gain a better understanding of the test advantages and limitations.
Hyperlinks are available throughout the video if you want additional information on a given topic.
Additional patient information is available on our site by clicking on any of the Point of Care Applications and Knowledge Portal.
You will be able to either consent or decline to testing when signing the Informed Consent Form with your healthcare provider.
This can be done either face to face with your healthcare provider or using audiovisual.
A laboratory test requisition will be generated which you can print and present to have your bloods drawn. Test results would then be returned to your doctor in time for your next appointment.