Although the current use of these tests is limited to the criminal justice system and professional monitoring programs this may soon change as the American Society of Addiction Medicine is proposing a “new paradigm” of zero-tolerance random widespread drug and alcohol testing. This is outlined in the ASAM White Paper on Drug Testing and described by Robert Dupont in his keynote speech before the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) annual conference in 2012.The ASAM White paper states drug testing is “vastly underutilized” throughout healthcare and describes the use of drug testing “within the practice of medicine and, beyond that, broadly within American Society.”
Source: Junk Science and the Need for Regulatory Oversight of Forensic Laboratory Developed Tests
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[…] State medical boards mandate that doctors be assessed at “PHP-approved” assessment and treatment centers under threat of loss of licensure. This is all under the ruse that these facilities have “special knowledge” and that doctors are unique. When directly asked what criteria went into PHP approval of “PHP-approved” facilities the then President of the FSPHP could not give answer to Auditor Bump. The best he could come up with is “word of mouth” and “reputation.” The emperor has no clothes and this is all artificiality and farce; spider thread spun out of the minds of profiteers to make the data fit the hypothesis and sell the “PHP-blueprint” and the multiple non-FDA approved drug and alcohol testing that goes along with it. […]
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