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What is a drug test?
A drug test looks for the presence of one or more illegal or prescription drugs in your urine, blood, saliva, hair, or sweat. Although Urine testing is the most common type of drug screening, studies show that a Saliva test can be much more accurate. The drugs most often tested for include:
- Opioids, such as heroin, codeine, oxycodone, morphine, hydrocodone, and fentanyl
- Amphetamines, including methamphetamine
- Barbiturates, such as phenobarbital and secobarbital
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
- And Many More
What is it used for?
Drug screening is used to find out whether or not a person has taken a certain drug or drugs. It may be used for:
- Employment. Employers may test you before hiring and/or after hiring to check for on-the-job drug use.
- Sports organizations. Professional and collegiate athletes usually need to take a test for performance-enhancing drugs or other substances.
- Legal or forensic purposes. Testing may be part of a criminal or motor vehicle accident investigation. Drug screening may also be ordered as part of a court case.
- Monitoring opioid use. If you've been prescribed an opioid for chronic pain, your health care provider may order a drug test to make sure you are taking the right amount of your medicine.
- Probation and Parole. There are many situations where an individual may be required to provide a drug test to fulfill a legal requirement that they are or will remain free from illegal substance use. With probation drug testing, a drug court, probation officer, or parole officer may require drug testing if it’s uncertain that an individual will maintain their sobriety, as a part of a criminal sentencing agreement.
- Civil Matters. Drug testing is also utilized in legal battles involving child custody, divorce cases and in DUI or DWI cases.
A Fully Managed Telehealth Solution For Drug Testing
As safety measures during the COVID-19 global health-crisis continue, the need for physical distancing and the isolation it requires is having a significant impact on those struggling with substance abuse. The American Medical Association (AMA) reported increases in opioid-related deaths in more than 40 states, as drug and alcohol abuse continues to increase at a staggering rate. As a result, we are seeing an exponential increase in virtual testing that reduces cost and increases efficiency by integrating technology-based virtual solutions for safe and reliable care.
Health Alliance Network’s managed Telehealth virtual services allow for drugs of abuse testing to be conducted without requiring in-person interactions. Health Alliance Network utilizes definitive, lab-based oral fluid testing to provide collection services for you, eliminating the need for your employee, applicant or the individual to spend time traveling to a lab and waste valuable time. You decide the testing schedule and Health Alliance Network's Telehealth Team does the rest. Stay connected with Health Alliance Network's Virtual Services.
- A hassle free affordable solution that is easy to use and easy to implement
- Web-based Telehealth platform that can be accessed via desktop, laptop or mobile devices. Nothing to download.
- Kits include everything needed to conduct the session.
How Can We Do A Virtual Drug Test?
- Fraud Free. Because every drug test is observed by one of our clinical assistants it is virtually fraud free.
- Identity is Confirmed. Unlike many drug test, our test makes it virtually impossible to "cheat the system". Our clinical assistant identifies the person taking the test and then observes the complete process. (the individual cannot use another persons saliva)
Transparency is key when it comes to drug testing, that’s why our test is unmatched. This fully integrated, non-invasive saliva drug test screens for up to 14 common drugs of abuse, and features an indicator that confirm adequate saliva collection.
Our premium test and testing procedure eliminates the risk of adulteration inherent in other drug testing methods, since the test can be supervised by the collector without imposing privacy measures.
• Tests up to 14 drugs of abuse, including Alcohol, Fentanyl, and K2/Spice
• 5, 6, 10, 12 & 14 panel configurations
• Saliva indicator for sufficient sample collection
• Detects drug use hours before urinalysis test
• Lowest drug concentration cut-offs
• Non-invasive with low adulteration risk
• Results available in 15 minutes or less
When you are ready to take the test. Be in front of any device that has web access and a video camera such as desktop, iPhone, Android device etc. There is nothing to download, you will be directed to our Patient Portal with an email invite and connected direct to our online virtual clinic where you can choose your online appointment time.
Please have one of the following documents available:
- State issued ID (drivers license, etc) or;
- Government Issued ID (Passport, Military ID, etc)
INTERPRET THE RESULTS
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- Do not use after the expiration date
- The test device should remain in the sealed pouch until use.
- Results are preliminary and positive results do not always mean that drugs are present in the donor. Certain foods and medicines, diet plan drugs, and nutritional supplements may yield a false positive test result with this product. Similarly, if the sample is diluted or the sample is adulterated, the product may yield negative results and not detect a particular drug. Laboratory tests can confirm the preliminary results.
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