PoC Health & Diagnostics

A home Point of Care company

Laboratory Testing & Screening, Medical Insurance &  IT Technology, Healthcare Wellness Outreach

A division of PoC Diagnostics, LLC

What is Precision Medicine.

  A​according to the Precision Medicine Initiative precision medicine is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment , and lifestyle for each person. This approach will allow doctors and researchers to predict more accurately which treatment and prevention strategies for a particular disease will work in which group of people. It is in contrast to a one-size-fits-all approach, in which disease treatment and prevention strategies are development for the average person, with less consideration for the differences between individuals. Although examples can be found in several areas of medicine, the role of precision medicine in day-to-day healthcare is relatively limited. Researchers hope that this approach will expand to many areas of health and healthcare in coming years.  

What we do!!

Operation Transformation (OT) can prepare your business or organization to deal with expanding markets, increasing global competition, rising customer expectation, advanced technologies, increasing digitization-every chance in the market affects how a company operates and performs, often dramatically. And these days it is difficult to respond to one disruption before being thrown off course by the next one. Operations transformation will ensure you're ready to deal with any potential or unforeseen obstacles.  Even Globally.


Precision Medicine Advantages!!

Precision Medicine works on the fundamental  principal disease gives rise to different physical symptoms in different individuals, based on their genome structure, lifestyle, and environmental condition.  For example; two people of different ethnicity may not respond in the same way to a drug treatment.  The medical model of precision medicine aims to customize the treatment based on the three above mentioned governing factors, which characters an individual response to the disease.  Such personalized medicine moves from the one-size-fits all model that doctors have previously adhere to.


While it might be expensive to customize medicine for each individual, gathering the genetics make up of individuals could be useful in classifying them into groups.  Such groups, then will have their own customized treatment.  Collecting genomic information of the population will also aid population health studies diseases at early stages.  EVEN PREVENTION!! 

Precision Medicine:  The future of Healthcare!!

We  are all familiar with a trip to the doctor-which begins with a standard procedure of checking our vital stats for any physical abnormalities on our system, followed by diagnosing a disease, and usually ends in the prescription of a few commonly used medications. Such methods, which aim to treat a disease rather than the patient, are fading out, giving rise to new and improved treatment designs.  A surge i global incidences of Cancer and numerous chronic and infectious diseases have shifted the priority of scientists and researchers worldwide to understand the underlying cause of such ailments. aided by advancements in medical sciences and technology, precision medicine has seen a rapid growth world wide.

PoC Diagnostics, Partners & Collaborations.

The emphasis of care is shifting in America toward prevention and early detection of disease as well as management of multiple Chronic condition.  PoC Diagnostic (PoCD) partners and collaborations with medical professionals to support more patient-centered approaches to healthcare.  PoCD works directly with the primary Physician and Genetic Counselors among others to communicate the risk of many chronic illness.  Testing can help them if they need test to look for cancer early or they should take steps to try to lower their risk 

Routine Genomic Risk Screening

Coming to a office near you. 

Routine Heart Disease, Cancer , Diabetes, Dementia and Alzheimers Assessments could help millions.  Conservative estimates suggest at least 3 to 4 million Americans have a genetic risk for one of the above mentioned chronic illnesses that could already be detected and clinically managed through such an approach as Heredity Genetic Testing says Dr. Michael Murray, MD of Yale School of Medicine in New Haven Connecticut wrote in an opinion piece in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Genetic Counseling Services

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