The Role of the MRO (Medical Review Officer)

The Role of the MRO (Medical Review Officer)

In the field of occupational health, Medical Review Officers, also known as an MRO, are extremely important throughout the employee drug screening process. The MRO is a licensed physician who works directly with the laboratory and employer step-by-step ensuring that the data and results gathered by the drug screen are thoroughly examined and addressed. MROs can easily be understood and described as the glue that holds all of these important pieces of information together.

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Instant Drug Testing In All Its Glory: Urine Drug Testing vs. Oral Drug Testing

Instant Drug Testing In All Its Glory: Urine Drug Testing vs. Oral Drug Testing

Employers today have a lot to consider when they are hiring an employee for their company or corporation. First, they will determine whether the candidate is qualified to fit the position, and how well they will be able to adjust to their new working environment. Once this decision has been made, there is a something else that needs to be determined; will this well qualified person be able to pass a drug test?

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