Drug overdose deaths increased dramatically from 1980 to 2016, causing a world-wide opioid epidemic. Urine drug testing (UDT) is an effective tool in pain management to monitor compliance with prescribed medications.(1) National guidelines recommend UDT not only to assess compliance but also to detect undisclosed substances and diversion.(2)

The Stone Way

  • Stone Clinical Laboratories offers state of the art LC/MS/MS testing with an extensive test menu, including controlled substances, elicit drugs, as well as specialized pain management and mental health product offerings.
  • Stone Clinical Laboratories urine toxicology services monitor recent use of prescribed medications and identify possible illicit drug use, medication diversion, or abuse.
  • Our personalized testing menu offers the flexibility to meet patient’s individual needs at every stage of their treatment plan.
  • Stone Clinical Laboratories has an extensive drug-testing menu and leads the way in providing quick, thorough, and accurate toxicology reports from a urine specimen. We provide cutting edge technology, automated computer systems, and skilled laboratory staff; all to ensure accurate analyses that better enable physicians to make informed decisions.


Stone Clinical Laboratories has an agreement with The Center for Addiction and Mental Health to utilize the DAST-10 assessment. DAST-10 is a risk stratification tool the can be administered to patients in just minutes.

Download Assesment

  • Risk stratification tool
  • Establishes medical necessity of testing
  • Peer reviewed and easy to administer
  • 78% degree of accuracy for risk of opioid abuse

13 Panel Presumptive Screening for Drug of Abuse (DOA) Testing

  • 13 Panel Presumptive Screen for DOA is available for clients who do not perform presumptive screening in their office setting.
  • Consult the Stone Clinical Laboratories Test Compendium for ranges of specific drugs within each class, and the AMA CPT code for presumptive screening.

Toxicology sample report


Toxicology requisition


  1. Christo PJ, Manchikanti L, Ruan X, et al. Urine drug testing in chronic pain. Pain Physician 2011;14:123–43.
  2. Trescot AM, Helm S, Hansen H, et al. Opioids in the management of chronic non-cancer pain: An update of American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians&rsquo (ASIPP) guidelines. Pain Physician 2008;11:S5–62.

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