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National Drug Screening works closely with Quest Diagnostics to provide a comprehensive range of instant and onsite drug tests, lab testing (urine, oral fluid and hair) and other programs and services. There are many reasons for drug testing, such as post-accident, return to duty, reasonable suspicion, random and pre-employment. Drug screening programs are proven to be highly beneficial to businesses and also promote better health among employees and their families, decreasing the use of medical benefits. They help improve productivity by decreasing accidents, downtime, absenteeism, theft and turnover. The cost of a simple drug test is minimal when compared to the risks that hiring a drug user can present to your workplace. In fact, businesses with drug-free workplace programs can qualify for worker’s compensation insurance premium discounts, and other government incentives through your state.
Pre-employment Drug Testing
Pre-employment drug testing allows you to make informed decisions about potential employees. Abusing drugs can compromise the stability and integrity of your workplace, so pre-employment drug screening is essential in preventing the hiring of people who use drugs. Random drug testing ensures that your current employees remain drug-free. Random drug testing allows an employer to use a random selection process to select one or more employees in the workplace to submit to a drug test. There is also reasonable suspicion drug testing, which can be one of the most challenging aspects of a drug-free workplace program. Some of the indications that may warrant a reasonable suspicion drug test include, but are not limited to: smell of alcohol on the breath or odor on the body, confusion or disorientation, unsteady walking or standing, unusual or erratic behavior, and slurred speech. Including reasonable suspicion drug testing in your drug-free program will help maintain a drug-free workplace by dissuading and detecting the use of drugs and alcohol. A trained supervisor should make the reasonable suspicion determinations that lead to a drug and alcohol test.
National Drug Screening partners with Quest Diagnostics to offer the highest quality drug testing services in the United States with lab testing of urine, oral fluid and hair. Instant or rapid drug testing commonly known as point of collection testing (POCT) is also available at Quest Diagnostics collection facilities throughout the United States. These Quest collection sites are known as patient service centers or PSC’s.
National Drug Screening understands how critical it is to have simplified access to healthcare services. That is why we work with Quest Diagnostics: a single-source with more than 3,000 laboratory tests at facilities and collection sites across the nation. Clients can quickly access whatever service they may need, even if they have diverse testing requirements or multiple, remote locations. Quest Diagnostics even offers drug testing solutions for expanding global businesses, providing expertise and global access for international drug testing programs. Facilities in the United States, Mexico, India and a lab provider in Australia allows Quest Diagnostics to tailor an international drug testing program to your organization’s specific needs. Results are reliable and fast!
When partnering with Quest Diagnostics, National Drug Screening is partnering with a global leader in the drug testing industry. We understand the need for complete, comprehensive collection services that can flawlessly integrate with your business and meet your specific drug testing needs, and even manage the collection process, including the billing, so that you have one point of contact and only one bill to manage! Flexible testing options include urine, oral fluid, hair testing and instant or point of collection testing (POCT) and collection services. You can customize your program and combine drug testing solutions to meet your needs. Quest Diagnostics has access to an extensive combined network of over 8,000 collection site locations across the nation, which includes more than 1,500 third-party collection sites and more than 1,300 Quest Diagnostics company-owned and operated PSCs (Patient Service Centers), not to mention their additional international drug testing programs and services across the world.
Mobile On-site Collections Service
With Quest Diagnostics mobile on-site collections service, businesses have the option to schedule on-site collections directly at their place of business, making it much easier and more efficient for company employees to provide samples, such as breath alcohol, hair follicle, oral fluid, and urine specimens, for testing. Using Quest Diagnostics’ mobile collection service at your jobsite helps to reduce company travel expenses and improve employee productivity, while simplifying logistics since you and your company will not need to coordinate the drug testing collection process yourself.
You can easily arrange for mobile onsite collections. Gather your information about the testing – when, what time, where, what testing and how many. Then call to arrange the event for mobile onsite drug testing – (866) 843-4545
Extensive Network of Collection Locations
Quest Diagnostics extensive network of collection locations allows for 24/7, around the clock access to emergency alcohol and drug collections. Quest’s 24/7 call center guarantees strict adherence to your organization’s drug testing program’s protocols and procedures preceding the collector’s release of the employee. This strict chain of custody procedure drastically reduces employee callbacks and test cancellations, and also helps to ensure the integrity of the samples and drug test results. Quest has more than 6,000 professional collectors from over 200 offices readily available to provide 24/7 collection services.
Obviously, quality control is extremely important with such an extensive network of laboratories and collection sites. Quest Diagnostics holds their team and collection locations to the highest standards of professionalism and quality. Regardless of where a specimen is collected, whether it be at a Quest lab, collection site or your own workplace, Quest Diagnostics consistently utilizes the same standardized processes from sample collection to reporting the results. Quest is constantly testing their own employees and locations to ensure this level of quality is upheld by performing audits of their mobile collection sites and conducting anonymous employee collections monthly at PSCs and other preferred collection sites. These audits and anonymous collections are conducted using professional collectors that are monitored by a trainer who is uniquely positioned to deliver feedback and advice on any corrective action that may be necessary.
Fast, Reliable Results
Quest Diagnostics prides itself on their ability to deliver fast, reliable results which enables organizations to make timely hiring decisions. Specimen testing is executed as soon as the sample arrives at the lab, with any negative results being released within 24 hours. Positive test results will undergo additional testing to confirm the findings and ensure their accuracy, and are usually released within 72 hours from the time the sample is taken. Quest Diagnostics proven legal track record speaks for itself in regards to providing accurate and dependable results for more than 25 years. Now it is even easier to manage your drug testing program with Quest Diagnostics’ eReq online program management system. This integrated reporting online gives businesses the ability to evaluate data and enterprise-wide trends since it gives you visibility across your company’s entire drug testing program.
National Drug Screening, Inc. prides itself in establishing partnerships with our clients. By working with Quest Diagnostics and their team of expert technicians and professional, knowledgeable customer service representatives, we guarantee to help you develop a comprehensive drug and alcohol screening program that runs smoothly and meets your organization’s specific wants and needs. Small, medium, large and enterprise employers look to National Drug Screening and Quest Diagnostics for comprehensive and quality drug testing and drug free workplace programs.
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We are busy making final preparations for the use of the Federal electronic Custody and Control Form, or eCCF, for regulated drug testing programs. An eCCF is an electronic version of the traditional, five-part, paper Custody and Control Form (CCF) – the document used for drug test ordering, specimen collection processing and chain of custody documentation for workplace drug testing. The implementation of Federal eCCF is a landmark event as paper requisitions will no longer be the only choice for regulated drug testing programs.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) published a Final Rule on April 13, 2015 allowing employers, collectors, laboratories and Medical Review Officers (MROs) to use eCCFs for regulated drug testing programs. Since that time, we have been readying our laboratories, drug testing collection sites and systems to provide the most consistent, high-quality eCCF experience possible.
Paperless drug testing using eCCF will improve overall efficiency and save both time and money by eliminating ordering, shipping expenses and storage of paper forms. Other key benefits include clear, readable eCCF images, reduced collection site fatal flaws and the streamlined delivery and tracking of eCCF copies to employers and MROs.
Our Quest Diagnostics laboratories, collection sites and interfaces anticipate approval early this year. In addition to finalizing our preparations, we want to make sure that you are considering all of the components that are important for your organization to have in place before you begin using eCCF. Some of these considerations include:
- Do you understand the advantages of eCCF and want to use an online process for your drug testing Chain of Custody Forms?
- Is your drug testing laboratory approved for Federal eCCF drug testing?
- Are the collection sites to which you send your donors eCCF-enabled? And, are those collectors trained to complete eCCF drug test collections?
- Is your Medical Review Officer prepared to review results for specimens collected using eCCF?
- Are your internal IT systems coded and tested to exchange eCCF data?
Our new, informational video will help to familiarize you with new terminology, show you the new Quest Diagnostics eCCF form, explain how eCCF can significantly improve the drug testing process and help you plan to implement eCCF. Remember that timing is critical. Employers and their service agents can only begin using Federal eCCF after their laboratory has been approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Laboratory Certification Program (NLCP).
With that said, we will continue to share the latest updates on Federal eCCF so that you and your organization can prepare to make your transition once our four laboratories are approved.
Update, November 2020 – Quest Diagnostics has moved forward successfully with the electronic custody and control forms – eCCF. Most drug tests in the United States are now processed with electronic ordering electronic specimen collection processing.