Having regular UDT’s as part of the patient’s treatment plan is an important clinical tool that can help you fulfill a fundamental tenant of medical care – improving patient care and serving the patient’s best interest. Medication misuse can be detected as early as possible, and physicians are better equipped to re-evaluate current treatment plans or suggest new treatment options.
UDT’s should not be considered adversarial and are performed for the patient and not for the physician. Both normal and abnormal UDT results can be used to educate and improve communication with the patient, promoting a patient-centered approach to medical care.
Our state-of-the-art laboratories and exclusive methods provide physicians with accurate and timely results and the means to build a testing strategy that meets and exceeds practice needs.