ILDP Vice President, Mark Campbell talks about his experience with Covid19.

April 17, 2020 News/Media

Some of you may be aware, ILDP Vice President, Mark Campbell contracted the Coronavirus and spent 5 days in the hospital.  Mark…

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AMA – How to use Naloxone

February 21, 2020 News/Media

Instructional Video

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#28: Documenting the Medical Necessity of Lab Testing

January 24, 2020 Current Blog Post

Many toxicology laboratories work with addiction clinics that are cash pay and ILDP is not an exception.  Although this is a…

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#27: The Provider-Patient Relationship is Paramount!

January 10, 2020 Current Blog Post

Recently I had a provider call me and reveal that one of his patients felt betrayed by him because his patient…

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#26: As always we thank you for your business!

December 27, 2019 Archived Blog Posts

In order to maintain an adequate chain of custody, I remind all of you we must have two unique identifiers on…

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#25: “Addiction is a treatable, chronic medical disease”

December 13, 2019 Archived Blog Posts

For years the term addiction has carried a stigma with it that had the power to bias the opinion of the…

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#24 Who Should Discuss Drug Testing with Patients

November 29, 2019 Archived Blog Posts

I sincerely hope all of you had a wonderful, relaxing and restful Thanksgiving holiday.  I am wondering how many reading this…

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#23: Do You KNOW What Your Patient is Taking?

November 15, 2019 Archived Blog Posts

Recently I read an article which had the following statement within the content, “A UDT policy and consistency is critically important…

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New Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers (MBIs)

November 5, 2019 News/Media

November 5, 2019 If you are not currently doing so, Medicare is making it mandatory as of January 1, 2020 you…

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#22: We are all Human Beings

November 1, 2019 Archived Blog Posts

There are two sides to every story.  Within the telling of each side there are typically some grains of truth in…

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