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WEBINAR: Federally Mandated Drug and Alcohol Testing in a Medical Environment
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When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
2:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Anne Kelly, CAE, CMP

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WEBINAR:  Federally Mandated Drug and Alcohol Testing in a Medical Environment

Many of our workplace customers are medical facilities, such as occupational or urgent care clinics, and we have seen more and more employers outsourcing occupational health services. Including drug and alcohol testing in your portfolio of services can be a significant revenue stream for clinics. It can, however, prove difficult to separate medical procedures and practices from the forensic protocols required by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) testing program and other federal drug and alcohol testing programs.

This webinar will educate attendees on the differences between a forensic testing procedure, such as a workplace alcohol or drug test, and a medical procedure. There is common misconception in the industry, particularly in large healthcare systems, that just because the test is performed in a medical facility means it is medical and therefore must comply with HIPAA. This is simply not true. The presentation will include best practices, record keeping, and cultivating a “defensible” or “forensic” mindset, rather than a “medical” mindset while performing DOT tests.


Betye Bailey is the Corporate Training Manager for Intoximeters, an industry leader in the design, development, and manufacture of evidential breath alcohol testing devices. Betye prepares and maintains course curriculums and conducts training for both law enforcement and workplace/industrial markets as well as assisting DOT, NRC, and USCG customers with regulatory and compliance support. The training programs Betye delivers for Intoximeters include BAT/EBT training, instructor training, and urine collector training. Betye has trained over 6,500 BATs, Instructors, and Collectors in her 20+ years at Intoximeters.

Betye has presented on this subject several times, including at the fall Urgent Care Association of America conference in October 2017 and the DATIA conference in May of 2017.






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