Trilab Health: Your Partners In Patient Care

Diagnostics, Education and Compassion

 

 

Quantitative Testing

Conducted with the use of an LC-MS/MS spectrometer machine, allowing the clinician to trend using actual concentrations over a course of time.

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Qualitative Testing

Conducted using chemistry analyzers in either 1, 2, 3, or 5-point calibration, and Point of Care testing.

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MAPs/TAPs

TrilabHealth also offers clinicians the option to use Medication Adherence Panels (MAPs) and Treatment Adherence Panels (TAPs).

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Who We Are

Trilab Health is a high complexity, COLA accredited and CLIA certified reference laboratory with 11 locations across the Chicagoland area. We deliver quantitative urine drug testing, COVID-19 Testing, customized medication monitoring and personalized medication monitoring along with support services to physicians and their patients.

Our Mission

We founded Trilab Health as a response to the substance abuse and opioid epidemic, as well as a resource for physicians to routinely monitor their patients and help them achieve the best possible outcomes. We have built our company to help foster a respectful and supportive relationship with the best and most accurate data for each patient.

News from Trilab Health

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allergies, colds and coronavirus overlap in some symptoms

A coronavirus testing site at Temple University’s Ambler campus in Montgomery County expanded its criteria to include people dealing with stomach issues or a loss of smell and taste. It comes after doctors revealed new symptoms associated with COVID-19.

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/covid-symptoms-vs-cold-heres-how-to-spot-the-difference/2866198/

Study: Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant in children and utility of rapid antigen testing as an indicator of culturable virus. Image Credit: L Julia/Shutterstock

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220624/Characterization-of-SARS-CoV-2-Omicron-persistence-and-infectivity-among-children.aspx

Blood work provides essential insight into how your organs are functioning

Blood tests have multiple benefits, including:

  • Determining your risk status for disease and conditions
  • Checking treatment success
  • Early diagnosis of some conditions before symptoms or complications develop
  • Identifying treatment side effects
  • Monitoring chronic disease status and progression

Why and when you need blood work

According to the CDC,
approximately
130 people

die daily due to opioid overdoses.

Trilab Health has provided services to
over 130 providers.

Turnaround time is
24 hours.

FAQ

Answers from Trilab Health Professionals

Why should I drug test my patients?

There are two primary reasons to test patients. The first is to monitor proper adherence to a prescribed regimen of medication – to make sure the patient is taking what he or she is supposed to be taking. The second is to monitor abstinence – to make sure the patient is not taking anything that he or she is not supposed to be taking. […]

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