• How Ancillary Services Like Toxicology Poi...

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In the United States, we have such a wide and varied population that represents every genetic disease and covers every health problem the rest of the world sees combined. From diseases like sickle cell mainly seen in regions like Africa to various genetic disease seen in groups like the Ashkenazi […]

  • 7 Questions Physicians Should Ask When Con...

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7 Questions Physicians Should Ask When Considering Toxicology Testing (1) Toxicology testing, from point-of-service testing all the way to confirmation testing, must still remain within the confines of medical necessity. Several clinics and physicians have been in the news lately for abusing Medicare/Medicaid by blanket testing all patients for every […]

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Blog Post How services like Toxicology The very idea of testing your patients to make sure they are remaininBlog Post How services like Toxicology The very idea of testing your patients to make sure they are remaining compliant with their treatment is counter-intuitive, you are basically questioning your patients. Although, […]

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Reasons Why Toxicology Testing Helps Improve Patient Care As health care providers, whether you are a physician, nurse practitioner, chiropractor, or other caregiver, your first responsibility is usually towards your patient. The idea of putting those under your care first is also, in part, described under the term, “medically necessary.” […]

  • Why do I need In Clinic Toxicology Testing...

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As the current environment in health care with the abuse of prescription medications combined with the CDC’s classification of pain medication abuse as an “epidemic,” there is a movement towards requiring the use of toxicology testing for every patient prescribed any mood or mind altering pharmaceutical.  Many states are now […]

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Nearly 15,000 people die every year of overdoses involving prescription painkillers.  1 in 20 people in the United States, age 12 or older, reported using prescription painkillers for nonmedical reasons in the past year.  Since 2010, enough prescription painkillers were prescribed to medicate every American adult around-the-clock for a month. […]