The United States is heavily involved in the drug crisis and the gravity of the issue can be judged from the fact that America is only 5% world’s population but is responsible for buying over 60% of world’s supply of drugs. And the majority of these drug users/abusers are found at American workplaces. Be it… Read More »
The testing industry is a constantly evolving field, whether you're catching up with the newest illicit drug or the latest development in DNA testing technology. Part of our commitment to our customers is a guarantee that we will stay up-to-date on all of these changes. This blog is for sharing this knowledge, and we update it frequently so anyone, not just our customers, can understand the fascinating and complicated world of lab testing.
Do you remember the last time you applied for a new job? Or perhaps you are a hiring manager at the business who has accepted many applications and interviewed potential hires. One common part of the hiring process is the pre-employment drug test. No matter what side of the process you are on, this drug… Read More »
When many people think of laboratory blood tests, they imagine making an appointment at their doctor’s office, taking time off work, paying large fees, and waiting around in the lobby for who knows how long. Then, you have to wait around for days to get a call from a nurse with your results. Most of… Read More »
Let’s face it: health care is outrageously expensive in America, and the costs have been on the rise over the last couple of decades. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average consumer spent $4,968 on health care in 2018. Your health care costs may vary depending on your health insurance (or lack of… Read More »
How Direct Access Testing (DAT) is improving fitness regimens, health outcomes, and preventative care at a fraction of the cost to consumers. In a time where advances in modern medicine seem to be occurring daily, the average consumer now has greater access to preventative healthcare measures that were previously unavailable to the general public. Testing… Read More »