Harness the power of precision health and clinical genetics to improve employee health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs
Health is personal. Your benefits should be, too.
Color is designed to make it easy for employees to have a better understanding of their health and create an action plan with their doctor to stay healthy. We use genetics as a foundation to help identify overall health risks within your company and connect employees to the support that is right for them.
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Give your employees and their families a new way to engage with their health
It all starts with a clinical-grade, physician-ordered genetic test they can start at home. With strong consumer interest in genetic information and clinical value for people even when they’re healthy, we use genetics as a unique engagement tool that brings personal context to healthcare decisions.
Connect your population to your existing programs
Color is built to integrate with your benefits ecosystem. By collecting information on genetics, lifestyle choices, and health history, we can help refer employees to the appropriate programs and benefits that make the most sense for them.
Help employees turn knowledge into action with their doctors
Our insights are meant to help improve health outcomes and anticipate costly health events through the early detection and prevention of hereditary conditions, including cancer and heart disease. We also help employees understand how they might process certain medications.
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Review anonymized, aggregated results from your population that will surface risk areas and needs for your employees to help you choose the benefits that are most impactful.*
* Availability may be limited based on number of employees participating and compliance with data privacy regulations and guidelines.
Help them learn potentially life-changing information
Color includes a physician-ordered test that covers the following genetic health areas
Early detection drives a 4x improvement in 5-yr survival rates. Color includes a thorough look at select genes to better guide a screening and prevention plan for common hereditary cancers, including breast, ovarian, and colorectal.**
Sometimes lifestyle changes are not sufficient for preventing heart conditions. Color includes a look at select genes associated with genetic forms of heart disease, including hereditary high cholesterol, which may be evaluated differently from conditions without a genetic cause.**
Analysis of 14 genes associated with how the body may process certain medications.*
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