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With over 50 years of expertise in diagnostic testing, Quest Diagnostics has been providing insights that can lead to more informed decisions. Our drug testing solutions and approach are making a difference in cost and patient care.

Rely on a trusted lab dedicated to responsible testing

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Helping to protect your patients and your practice

Primary care clinician/NP/PA

Pain specialists

Helping to ensure patient compliance

Pain specialists

Behavioral health & substance use disorder

Timely insights to inform clinical decisions

Behavioral health & substance use disorder

Health systems & community centers

Balancing clinical benefit with cost

Health systems & community centers

See how inconsistent drug test results compare in your state

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Learn more about medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder

Why drug testing matters

When patients misuse opioids, what you see isn’t always what you get. 52% of test results were inconsistent with their prescribed medication regimen.

Why drug testing matters

Why drug testing matters

Drug misuse can happen to anyone, regardless of income or status.

Why drug testing matters

Why drug testing matters

Together we can make a difference in addressing the opioid epidemic and ensuring that patients get access to the care and treatment they need.

Why drug testing matters

Mastering the conversation

Drug monitoring can be a sensitive topic for clinicians and patients alike. Learn more about how to approach the topic with patients.

Mastering the conversation

Our blog: The latest in drug monitoring

Medication-assisted treatment for opiod use disorder (OUD)

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder (OUD) has emerged as a key strategy for combatting the opioid epidemic. Controlled research has shown it to be more effective than abstinence programs in treating patients with the disorder (Connery, 2015). The ability of physicians and other healthcare professionals to use MAT…

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2019 Health Trends™ Report

2019 Health Trends Report

Now Available! Health Trends™ Drug Misuse in America 2019: Physician Perspectives and Diagnostic Insights on the Evolving Drug Crisis

2019 Health Trends™ Report