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The eScreen Express® portal offers a convenient web-based solution for managing applicant or employee drug and occupational health screens. eScreenExpress.com centralizes ordering, payment, scheduling, and results reporting.
Step 1: Log into eScreenExpress.com and select the drug test or occupational health service you need.
Step 2: Enter applicant/employee information and select provider from our vast clinic network.
Step 3: Make a one-time, secure payment online.
Step 4: Applicant/ employee receives ePassport® document and completes screening at selected provider location.
Step 5: View screening results within the same web-based application.
Our solution enables you to order a professional drug screen or occupational health service on a "pay-as-you-order" basis at one of the world’s largest networks of clinics. The eScreen Express website is a fully online process for ordering services, communicating with candidates and employees, and getting results fast.
Our patented, FDA-cleared eReader® and xReader® screening technologies provide rapid test results to employers elctronically in as little as 5 minutes after testing.
eScreen solutions are designed to make the employer, candidate, and clinic professional experience easy and foolproof.
eScreen clients appreciate the far-reaching network of occupational health providers. With over five thousand nationwide sites to choose from, you will find a close and convenient location for drug tests and fit-to-work screening.
Urine is considered as the workplace standard and for federally regulated testing, and is widely available. Choose from rapid, instrument-read testing (eCup® and xCup® screening devices) for non-regulated testing, or lab-based testing for employees regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) at a laboratory certified by SAMHSA1 . The eCup and xCup devices provide negative results in 10 minutes or less; fast and convenient laboratory confirmations are available for preliminary positive results.
Reliable at detecting historical drug use (1-20 days)2, urine drug testing has the widest range of available test panels and drug configurations.
Oral fluid laboratory testing is gaining popularity with many organizations that require convenient, gender-neutral specimen collections, combined with the accuracy of scientifically accepted and approved test methods. Oral fluid testing provides a better recent-use indicator than urine and protects against specimen adulteration and tampering—allowing you to make informed decisions about employee substance abuse.
Oral fluid is not yet approved for federally regulated testing.
Using a simple, non-invasive collection procedure, hair testing can provide an overview as well as trends of drug use or abstinence. One of the main benefits of hair testing is that drug use can be detected going back over several months to years, if the length of the sample is sufficient.
Hair drug testing is not as widely available as the other methods.
Interstate commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers are required by the DOT and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations (FMCSA) to receive regular physical examinations. These physical examinations are performed in accordance with DOT regulations. A DOT physical examination is required to ensure that a person is medically qualified to safely operate a CMV. In the interest of public safety, CMV drivers are held to higher physical, mental, and emotional standards than passenger car drivers.
The non-DOT physical examination includes:
Tuberculosis skin test/purified protein derivative (PPD)—skin test used to determine if someone has developed an immune response to the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB). The person must return to the clinic 48-72 hours after it is administered for reading.
The eScreen Express application will help lighten your workload. Designed with ease of use in mind, this solution helps automate your drug screening and occupational health processes—linking supervisors, managers, collection sites, and employees.