NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sonic Genetics, a division of Sonic Healthcare, will implement pharmacogenetics decision support software from Translational Software (TSI) for its lab testing services in Australia.

The TSI knowledge platform provides flexible reporting, genomic decision support, and critical alerts regarding drug efficacy, toxicity, and known interactions, to guide clinical decision-making and enable physicians to prescribe the most effective medications. The software helps clinicians more closely tailor personalized treatments, according to TSI.

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