Urine Toxicology Testing and Medication Monitoring

CLIA Certified Toxicology Laboratory:

Our Partner Lab utilizes Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS) which is the most innovating and thorough methodology in urine toxicology testing available today. By
utilizing LCMS testing methods our partner lab is able to provide enhanced sensitivity values for all drug samples collected with thresholds that meet or
exceed the most stringent industry standards.

We provide: Innovative and Practical Lab Reports:

Laboratory Results Report™

Every lab result contains a color-coded summary that utilizes proprietary software to highlight expected and unexpected results based upon the patient's prescribed medications.

Lab Trending Report™

We provide a one page, color-coded trending report that gives a "snap shot" of the patient's previous UDT results. This allows the physician to easily see a patient's history of compliance.

Web-Enabled AccessTo Lab Results

"Real-time" Laboratory Results Report™ and Patient Trending Report™ are available via a HIPPA compliant proprietary website for all patients tested by your practice.

Superior Account Managers:

  • Outstanding Customer Service - Our Account Managers ensure a seamless integration of your UDT program into the clinic's existing workflow.
  • Keep Up with the Latest Trends in UDT - Specialists provide on-going support and are excellent resources for all aspects of UDT, which include: regulatory changes, industry updates, coding assistance and protocol logistics.
  • By opting to implement these services the practice improves patient care while minimizing practice liability:

  • Patient Protection - Reduce patient misuse/abuse of prescribed medication(s). Physicians may use test result information to detect patient medication abuse early in the abuse cycle. Early detection greatly reduces the probability of long-term patient drug addiction.
  • Patient Safety - Reduce the risk of dangerous drug cross-reactivity. Positive test results enable the physician to alert the patient of any medication "red-flags" which could do the patient harm.
  • Patient Care - Increase the precision of prescription writing. Regular analysis of patient test results enables the physician to correctly adjust the strength, count or type of medication being prescribed to the patient.
  • Liability - A physician who knows about a patient's drug usage pattern - regardless if the misuse is accidental or intentional - is better equipped to serve the patient and protect their practice from liability.
  • Compliance - Many states have issued Medical Treatment Guidelines recommending urine drug screens for workers' compensation patients who are prescribed pain medications. Testing is completed in accordance with ACOEM and the Official Disability Guidelines.