The initial version of Genetics in Clinical Practice: A Team Approach was the result of a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to Dr. Joseph Henderson and Dartmouth Medical School in 1999. The first version of this program was developed and distributed on CD-ROM in 2002. Once IML closed its doors, World 2 Systems updated this program to work Online (with Flash) with funding from the American Medical Association, the CDC and Aetna in 2011.
The program remained in use at Aetna as the “Gold Standard” for Online Genetics in Medical Practice through 2015. For the next few years, a number of medical schools would continue to use the program as a training and education tool. Due to Adobe Flash being discontinued as an online tool, this program was retired from use in 2018.