Welcome to Care Integrations

At Care Integrations, we are pioneering personalized medicine. We provide innovative technology, education and training solutions that support the delivery of clinically relevant products related to personalized medicine, including pharmacogenomics, sleep apnea, and telepresence.

Our team assists healthcare providers with integrating cost effective decision support tools, and video conferencing platforms that assist with the delivery of these state-of-the-art, cutting-edge technologies.



Understand what medications and treatments work best for you based on your genetic makeup, lifestyle, and behavior. Discover whether current medications are working safely and effectively while reducing the risk of harmful drug-to-drug interactions.


Assist healthcare systems and physicians with the implementation of new testing products, diagnostic tools and treatment services that can improve patient outcomes across the continuum of care. Educate physicians and stakeholders on the importance of personalized medicine and the impact it has on improving patient health.


Leverage the power of personalized medicine to improve the overall health and wellness of your employees and their families. Increase the resilience and performance of your greatest asset while reducing healthcare costs.



Drug-gene testing, also called pharmacogenomics or pharmacogenetics, is the study of how your genes affect your body's response to medications. The word "pharmacogenomics" is combined from the words pharmacology (the study of the uses and effects of medications) and genomics (the study of genes and their functions). Your body has thousands of genes that you inherited from your parents. Genes determine which characteristics you have, such as eye color and blood type. Some genes are responsible for how your body processes medications. Pharmacogenomic (PGx) tests or look for changes or variants in these genes that may determine whether a medication could be an effective treatment for you or whether you could have side effects to a specific medication.

PGx testing can improve clinical outcomes while simultaneously decreasing healthcare costs. Reduction in lengthy trial-and-error periods during the selection of a new pharmacotherapy, along with treatment intervention for Adverse Drug Events and serious drug interactions, have not only emerged to improve patient care, but also to reduce costs in the clinic.


Many of us suffer from the effects of poor sleep. One of our nation’s leading health problems is chronic sleep loss. Sleep deprivation can lead to high risk chronic health problems like high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Lack of sleep impairs your ability pay attention, stay focused, concentrate, and solve problems. Sleep loss and poor quality sleep can slow reaction times - leading to accidents and injuries on the job that place the individual and others around them at risk. Sleep disorders that involve difficulty breathing during sleep are classified as sleep-related breathing disorders. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common disorder of this type, however there are a number of variations of sleep apnea.

Care Integrations provides education and training tools that assist healthcare providers in understanding the importance of the diagnosis and treatment of chronic sleep deprivation and obstructive sleep apnea. Care Integrations assists healthcare systems in developing effective screening and treatment programs for sleep disorders by educating its providers on how obstructive sleep apnea effects the overall health of its patient population across primary care and other specialty physician services.



Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Care Integrations delivers healthcare solutions, partnerships, & technologies with easy to use platforms. Our team of software developers, engineers, & doctors work closely with all aspects of our applications to understand and translate next-generation integrated technology into practical process solutions.


Phone: 1-877-921-MYCARE
Email: info@careintegrations.com