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American Association of Medical Review Officers

American association of medical review officers was founded in 1991. This association or medical society will be completely dedicated to establishing national standards and provides certification for medical practitioners and other healthcare professionals related to drug and alcohol testing. This association sets a standard practices and procedures and offers various administrations of certification examinations and training programs.  AAMRO and is designed to provide training and certification for physicians in different specialties and independent of existing medical membership groups. The certification from AAMRO helps to maintain of ethical conduct by competent professionals involved in drug and alcohol testing and to ensure the public's receipt of quality services. The role of medical review officers is critical task of determining the validity of drug test results. For a good drug testing program, it is necessary to understanding of the legal and technical issues involved in the process.  MRO review the final determination of the accuracy of a drug test and their decision is crucial for laboratory findings. Also MRO is responsible for review quality control and quality assurance aspects of testing. The certification from AAMRO is highly recognized as an objective standard of competency and expertise for MROs. Receive a diploma and a listing in our Registry of Certified MROs. The standards and certification process developed and encouraged by federal agencies which are involved in the administrative aspects of drug and alcohol testing and procedural policy significantly.  Three advisory boards are involves in to maintaining and developing scientifically, legally and medically sound standards of practices. These are : 1) The federal advisory board responsible for transfer technical information and policy interpretation taken from member agencies to AAMRO. 2) The MRO advisory board responsible for primary source of substantive information on the recommended practices and procedures for MROs. Members represent a cross section of practitioners who are recognized as leaders in this field. 3) The laboratory director advisory board which combines the expertise of toxicologists who are the directors of HHS-certified laboratories and provides current technical information on drug analysis and issues concerning laboratory procedures.

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