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GTMRx Institute launched to advance evidence-based, appropriate use of medication and gene therapies

Founding organizations include J&J, Medecision, American College of Clinical Pharmacy and Quest Diagnostics

Vienna, Va., April 17, 2019 – The Get the Medications Right™ (GTMRx) Institute launched today as a multi-stakeholder catalyst for change—to raise awareness of and champion a solution for effective and appropriate use of medications. The Institute has a clear call to action: Get the Medications Right.

“For the patient, it comes down to one simple question: Are these the right medications for me?” says GTMRx Co-founder and President Terry McInnis, MD, MPH. “While the national focus has been on drug costs, we believe the opportunity to optimize medication use with advanced diagnostics and personalized care can have a much larger impact in reducing total medical cost. It’s critical that we adopt comprehensive medication management (CMM) as a means to assure optimal patient health—to save both lives and money.” Read more.

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Please feel free to download our media kit. We welcome the opportunity to talk to the media about our work. Please call us at (703) 394-5398.

Media inquiries

Our vision is enhance life by ensuring appropriate and  personalized use of medication and gene therapies.

We welcome the opportunity to speak to the media about who we are, what we’re doing, and the why and how behind the GTMR Institute.

For media opportunities, questions or comments, please contact us at (703) 394-5398.

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