A prevalent practice among prescribing doctors is to automatically send a urine sample out for confirmatory (quantitative) drug testing. Average billing for the confirmatory testing is around $2000 but if they test for an extensive number of drugs, it can be as high as $4000. This is different than qualitative testing, also known as point […]
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- RT @KidsChanceInc: Thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 Kids' Chance of America National Conference. We'll see you next year in Nash…14 days ago
- Head to Review Med's website and check out this fascinating article on presumptive vs. confirmatory drug testing! https://t.co/RoT3F9rxJo49 days ago
- Remember to stop by Review Med's booth at the Oklahoma Claims Association’s Spring Seminar! https://t.co/64p5XyVp9v79 days ago