Archive | February, 2015

KNOW WHO YOU ARE HIRING – DOING BUSINESS WITH – OR DATING ~ ~ ~

27 Feb

FlagCriminal Background Checks from just $8 …

 

Comprehensive Personal or Business background checks at the lowest cost —

 

We have partnered with a criminal background checking company that is linked directly in with many Law Enforcement Agencies, including Interpol to provide the most comprehensive, accurate background checks

 

Simple background checks from $8 to the most in-depth background checks as is required for U.S. Government Nuclear Facilities, for example.

 

Protect yourself, your business and your property ~~~~~

 

Before you hire anyone to work at your company

Before you hire anyone to work at your home Before you consider dating anyone Before you rent to anyone

 

http://www.personallifechoices.com/us-criminal-records-agency

 

John Chandler

602.482.0017

johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

IS YOUR DOCTOR DOING THIS LIFE-SAVING TESTING? It only takes 2 minutes

26 Feb

“Without (PharmacoGenetics) testing, neither you nor your doctor knows exactly how you’ll react to the medication. It may not work for you, or you may have serious side effects such as bleeding. You might have to try different doses — or even different medications — before finding a treatment that works for you.
Pharmacogenomics speeds up that process. Before you take a single dose of medication, you can have a test to see how you’re likely to respond to the medication. “

~Mayo Clinic

John Chandler ~~~~~ 602.482.0017 ~~~~~ johnc@chandlersearch.net

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Dear Doctor,

 

Your patient, _________________________________, has requested a Pharmacogenetic Test, as a result of receiving information about its benefits.   Pharmacogenetic tests provide the physician with any genetic factors that might adversely interact with current or future drugs prescribed to the patient.  As you well know, the more drugs the patient is taking the more risk of adverse drug reaction.

 

Medicare covers this test with no deductible or copay and some insurance companies cover it as well, subject to their policy deductible and copay.  As a courtesy and at no cost to you, we will get “pre-authorizations” for each of your patients.

 

The test only requires a buccal swab. There is a prepaid, overnight, FedEx envelope to send the specimen to our Lab. Once submitted, you will receive a comprehensive PharmD report with your patient’s test results.  You will find this to be a comprehensive and yet simple report.  Our Medical Directors are also available to you for consult at your convenience.

 

I will be pleased to make an appointment with you to discuss the test procedure and simplicity of activating this greatly needed test within your practice.

 

Contact John Chandler – 602.482.0017 –  johnc@chandlersearch.net – PacTox Certified Rep #10894   

 

What is Pharmacogenetic Testing (PGT)?

Pharmacogenetics is the study of how a person’s genetic makeup affects the metabolism of medications. Pharmacogenetic testing (PGT) detects normal and single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) in the alleles of genes and their associated enzymes. PGT results therefore predict a person’s ability to metabolize certain medications. PacTox currently provides testing services on a total of nine genes (CYP2C9, CYP2C19, CYP2D6, CYP3A4, CYP3A5, Factor II, Factor V Leiden, MTHFR, and VKORC1) to give physicians a broad scope of information.

 

Cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYPs) include a superfamily of 57 enzymes. Subfamilies 1-3 are responsible for 75% of all drug metabolism.  PGT results on the CYP genes are reported as extensive metabolizers (EM), poor metabolizers (PM), intermediate metabolizers (IM), or ultra-rapid metabolizers (UM) for their varying degrees of drug metabolizing abilities. Extensive metabolizers have normal drug metabolism. Poor metabolizers have no or very low metabolism; intermediate metabolizers have reduced metabolism; and ultra-rapid metabolizers have higher-than-normal drug metabolism.

 

Pharmacogenetics testing can be particularly useful in:

  • Chronic pain management
  • Knowing a patient’s genotypes prior to prescribing pain and other medicine
  • Minimizing debilitating side effects
  • PGT testing can mean the difference between a treatment failure and a successful outcome.You will know the following critical information for your patient:
  • Which medication will BEST work for your patient
  • Which medication will NOT work for your patient“The right information – right drug – right dosage – right from the beginning.”

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Are you a true networker? Which one of these are you?

25 Feb

Networking -- as it MUST be

John Chandler

602.482.0017

johnc@chandlersearch.net

2 Loan Officer Assistant Positions — PRESCOTT, AZ

24 Feb

For my Mortgage Banker client in Prescott, AZ I am looking for 2 Loan Officer Assistants with a strong working knowledge of the current mortgage industry.  This person must be NMLS licensed and may be someone who really likes the mortgage industry, but has a difficult time generating loans by calling on realtors, CPA’s, CFP’s, etc.  This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the leading mortgage lenders in Prescott, use their knowledge and background, and earn a very good income that includes a good base salary and very aggressive bonus.

 

Ideally the candidate will be a licensed LO or at least have their NMLS and the ability to get licensed soon after being offered the position.

 

My client is the leading mortgage banker in Prescott and the position pays a good base salary PLUS a great bonus, along with other benefits.

 

RESUMES TO ME – at  = johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

John Chandler

602.482.0017

johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

 

EVERY DOCTOR … EVERY PATIENT … minimizing Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR)

23 Feb

Tomorrow’s Medicine Today with:

MedX Prime Pharmacogenetic Testing Clinical Integration

“Right Information, Right Drug, Right Dose, Right from the beginning.”

 

The era of ‘Personalized Medicine’ has now arrived. It allows your physician to understand from your specific DNA profile what medications will work best. It’s called ‘pharmacogenetic testing’ or PGT.

No more trial and error prescribing, no longer having the danger of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) which put over 2 million people annually in the hospital and cause over 100,000 deaths each year.
Now doctors can have the knowledge to avoid these issues. Personalized Medicine helps doctors to individualize drug therapy, decrease adverse drug reactions, and increase the effectiveness of treatment plans.
Have your doctor contact me, or get their name and number to me and I will contact them …
John Chandler
602.482.0017
johnc@chandlersearch.net
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Minimizing Adverse Drug Reaction starts with you asking your doctor for this test

20 Feb

John Chandler ———- 602.482.0017 ———- johnc@chandlersearch.net

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Dear Doctor,

 

Your patient, _________________________________, has requested a Pharmacogenetic Test, as a result of receiving information about its benefits.   Pharmacogenetic tests provide the physician with any genetic factors that might adversely interact with current or future drugs prescribed to the patient.  As you well know, the more drugs the patient is taking the more risk of adverse drug reaction.

 

Medicare covers this test with no deductible or copay and some insurance companies cover it as well, subject to their policy deductible and copay.  As a courtesy and at no cost to you, we will get “pre-authorizations” for each of your patients.

 

The test only requires a buccal swab. There is a prepaid, overnight, FedEx envelope to send the specimen to our Lab. Once submitted, you will receive a comprehensive PharmD report with your patient’s test results.  You will find this to be a comprehensive and yet simple report.  Our Medical Directors are also available to you for consult at your convenience.

 

I will be pleased to make an appointment with you to discuss the test procedure and simplicity of activating this greatly needed test within your practice.

 

Contact John Chandler – 602.482.0017 –  johnc@chandlersearch.net – PacTox Certified Rep #10894   

 

What is Pharmacogenetic Testing (PGT)?

Pharmacogenetics is the study of how a person’s genetic makeup affects the metabolism of medications. Pharmacogenetic testing (PGT) detects normal and single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) in the alleles of genes and their associated enzymes. PGT results therefore predict a person’s ability to metabolize certain medications. PacTox currently provides testing services on a total of nine genes (CYP2C9, CYP2C19, CYP2D6, CYP3A4, CYP3A5, Factor II, Factor V Leiden, MTHFR, and VKORC1) to give physicians a broad scope of information.

 

Cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYPs) include a superfamily of 57 enzymes. Subfamilies 1-3 are responsible for 75% of all drug metabolism.  PGT results on the CYP genes are reported as extensive metabolizers (EM), poor metabolizers (PM), intermediate metabolizers (IM), or ultra-rapid metabolizers (UM) for their varying degrees of drug metabolizing abilities. Extensive metabolizers have normal drug metabolism. Poor metabolizers have no or very low metabolism; intermediate metabolizers have reduced metabolism; and ultra-rapid metabolizers have higher-than-normal drug metabolism.

 

Pharmacogenetics testing can be particularly useful in:

  • Chronic pain management
  • Knowing a patient’s genotypes prior to prescribing pain and other medicine
  • Minimizing debilitating side effects
  • PGT testing can mean the difference between a treatment failure and a successful outcome.You will know the following critical information for your patient:
  • Which medication will BEST work for your patient
  • Which medication will NOT work for your patient
  • The right information – right drug – right dosage – right from the beginning.”

 

HALO - Eliminate Trial and Error - mostly error

Physician Liability: The Next Big Thing for Personalized Medicine

19 Feb

 

Failure to recognize genetic risk –
Despite the current lack of formal genetics training in medical education, courts have held physicians responsible for
being able to recognize patients at high risk for a variety of genetic conditions …
Our PharmacoGenomic Testing will help minimize Adverse Drug Reactions in patients and every hospital, clinic and doctor should be diong this non-invasive test today.   Have your doctor contact me … or I will be happy to contact them.Please watch the first 2 segments of video – about 9 minutes total – that you will find fascinating –

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVS5qQ3aEdg&feature=youtu.be&list=PLugA988BncvrZGTlrVC01j2fedVE8kYB7

 

John Chandler ………. 602.482.0017 ………. johnc@chandlersearch.net

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