Our medication monitoring laboratory located in Austin, TX, is a state-of-the-art facility that combines cutting edge technology with world class customer service. Our laboratory is dedicated to helping you use drug screening as a risk mitigation tool in your practice.
You deserve a reliable and ethical laboratory partner. Alere Toxicology will be that trusted partner. Our dedicated team of toxicologists, customer service specialists and sales representatives are focused on meeting the unique needs of your practice with customized drug monitoring solutions.
Laboratory Testing and Confirmation for
the Clinical Marketplace
We offer a full range of laboratory confirmation services that are customized for the clinical environment. Choose from these lab services or view our complete list of lab based testing services.
We work with you to create customized urine testing options for your specific practice needs. We offer a comprehensive pain specific panel which meets the growing needs of the patient who is prescribed controlled substances. Whether you choose to do urine screening via enzyme immunoassay, confirmation via LC-MS/MS technology, or a combination of both —we provide practitioners with the one objective tool that can document their patients are adherent to their treatment plans and agreements.
Lab based oral fluid testing allows for a convenient non-invasive collection method. Utilizing both Immunoassay and Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) technology, our oral fluid tests provide physicians a definitive analysis of a wide array of substances of abuse, in an easy-to-read report format. We will cross-reference the patient's medication list with the results and deliver a comprehensive report within 48 hours of specimen receipt.
Alere Toxicology is committed to our role in educating practitioners on the requirement by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG)/Health and Human Services (HHS) that all testing ordered must be deemed medically necessary. We encourage every practice to carefully evaluate each test option in conjunction with the patient's history, exam, and if applicable, rapid screening device test results to make certain that all testing is appropriate and medically necessary.