CMCA Substance Abuse Management
Monitoring with experience
The CMCA Substance Abuse Management team can help your company manage its drug and alcohol testing program and maintain compliance with state and federal regulations. Your company will benefit from our specialized processes, technology, and expertise — expertise that covers laws and regulations involving DOT and employer mandated substance abuse programs. The CMCA Substance Abuse Management program can customize a program to meet your company’s policies, by working with the entire Concentra clinic network as well as our expanded network of clinics to support your program.
Substance abuse management services
Concentra delivers pre-placement and workplace drug screening as well as random drug and alcohol testing to help maintain a coordinated program that helps control your risk. This includes Department of Transportation (DOT) programs as well as employer-mandated programs. You can choose from several testing options for both regulated and non-regulated programs. Learn more about our workplace drug screening program.
How you benefit
- A complete solution: We facilitate an employer's workplace drug testing program by coordinating and managing the collection, lab, Medical Review Officer (MRO), and reporting functions under one roof.
- Compliance: You'll be compliant with state and federal substance abuse testing regulations due to our specialized expertise, processes, and technology.
- Centralized information: Your employees' drug testing records will be collected and stored in one place.
- Collection site network: Substance Abuse Management has a network of over 2,500 collection sites, including all Concentra medical centers, and we can customize a network for your company.
- Expedited reporting and results: We offer a web-based reporting system to request our service, and review, manage, and report results quickly and accurately.
- Consolidated billing: We provide one monthly consolidated bill that mirrors an organization’s structure across all Concentra and non-network centers, thus minimizing the administrative burden to the employer.