AMP 2020 - Fabric Genomics

AMP 2020 Corporate Workshop

The Bottom Line: Strategies for Labs to Offer Cost-Effective Genetic Testing at Scale


With increased reimbursement, many labs are considering launching genetic tests as an economic alternative to send-outs. One of the biggest economic drivers of test cost is the time and expense of manual interpretation of variants. We’ll examine where efficiencies can be gained in the interpretation process and how they not only preserve, but enhance the quality of testing.


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Jeanette McCarthy, MPH, PhD
Sr. Director, Scientific Programs
Fabric Genomics

Jeanette McCarthy is a genome scientist and educator working at the forefront of precision medicine implementation. As a faculty member at Duke University, she ran research programs on genetic underpinnings of complex diseases, both infectious and chronic. In 2013 she founded Precision Medicine Advisors, an education and consulting business focused on communicating genomics to non-technical audiences, including health care providers, patients and other stakeholders. Jeanette has worked with Fabric Genomics since 2013 on the development of software for genome analysis and variant interpretation and currently leads scientific programs and clinical services. Jeanette is coauthor of the book, Precision Medicine: A Guide to Genomics in Clinical Practice (2016, McGraw Hill Education).

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