Medication Monitoring

Medication monitoring plays an important role in helping physicians identify potential interactions with other legal prescription medications and over the counter remedies the patient may be taking.

Our unique testing services improves the physician’s awareness of patient conformance with drug therapy, identify and reduce narcotic diversion, minimize adverse drug reactions, and will simplify personalized patient care through innovative molecular diagnostics and analytical services.

 

Our Services offered:

  • Urine Testing
  • Blood Hormone
  • Genetic DNA testing
  • Oral Swabs
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Results
  • Access to Medical Director
  • 36-48 HR Total Turnaround
  • Online Report Access
  • State-of-the-art LIS System
  • Comprehensive Lab Management
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Collection Staff
  • Licensed/Accredited by CLIA and CAP
  • Online & Printed Materials

 


Healthcare providers make decisions about patient health status, diagnosis, developing treatment plans and identifying potential health risks by monitoring the patient’s body response to therapy. All of these decisions are based on laboratory data.

Medication and toxicity monitoring is essential to improving the patient’s care and serving their best interest by equipping your practice with the data needed to evaluate the success of current treatment plans or providing the insight to recommend alternative treatment options.


 

The many reasons why pain patients are not taking their medications as prescribed.

  1. They choose not to take their medication regularly because of fear of addiction.
  2. They try to deflect pain medication – whether unintentionally or intentionally.
  3. The decision to take too little, or none at all, because of cost or side effects.
  4. Taking too much because of inadequate pain control (metabolism).
  5. They recklessly abuse the medication intentionally.

 

Physicians can now with our lab establish a regular monitoring program for all patients on treatment of chronic issues to assist with identifying possible issues with patient medication adherence.

 

“By themselves, provider ‘intuition,’ patient self-reports, observation, prior documented history, and urine toxicology screens are inadequate. Rather, multiple sources of information are required to obtain the best estimate of risk potential.”

Dennis C. Turk, PhD, Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Research – University of Washington


“Urine tests can give us a lot of information to understand if somebody is taking the medications properly—or if they’re diverting them”. -Hans Hansen, MD.

 More at American Academy of Pain Management


 When you prescribe a pain medication, it falls in 1 of 4 categories:

Safe and Effective

Safe but Ineffective

Unsafe and yet Effective

Unsafe and Ineffective


 

Let us help you make improved clinical decisions 

Unlocking our genetic code has created a paradigm shift away from intuitive medicine and has moved us towards precision medicine, unveiling the “era of personalized medicine. Simply put, a medication that might be safe and effective in one patient may be ineffective or even harmful in another.

If your not completely happy with your current lab or want to get started, contact me today and I’ll present your options on our testing program. All tests are performed using LC/MS/MS Rapid Toxicology Screening technology.

Learn more about our testing by clicking here.

 

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