Arkstone uses a variety of resources to assure information provided to clinicians is up to date and accurate. This includes peer-reviewed articles and studies as well as published guidelines that provide information on how to interpret resistance gene data.

In addition, open-source resistance gene databases are used as well. 

Arkstone uses information published by the NIH as well.

All this information is available and is accessible to the public. In addition, through the OneChoice Plus, clinicians can get access to links to primary sources and articles. In addition, by hovering over resistance gene icons in the MedsMatrix, NIH statistical data on those particular resistance genes will be displayed so that clinicians can formulate their own conclusions based on the available evidence.