And it really isn't "right infringing" to say if you want "A" you have to do "B". The individual that wants "A" has every right to not do "B" and forgo the receipt of "A"
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Hey, I'll do it for $10 a sample.
Since no one wants to hear that the test was positive, I'll just toss the samples and send a letter saying that the test was negative.
I'll make a mint and keep everyone happy.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
Anyway, do a search. Yahoo drug testing costs. It's really not complicated.
I did another search and found one even cheaper $25.00 vs $35.00 based on volume. Rather flies in the face of your claim that the government can't negotiate a lower price, no?
OHS, Inc. is a national company with drug testing clients in all 50 states, and we charge from a low of $25 per drug test to a high of $65. The "volume" of testing done by the client annually is the primary variable which applies. As with my competitors, a substantially lower per-test price is offered to a company doing 5,000 to10,000 or more tests annually than to a company doing only 500-1,000 drug tests...or only 5-10 tests each year. Our cost for "specimen collection" at the clinic we must use nearby the client's location(s) also impacts the price (up or down) we ultimately charge. Those costs (the specimen collection, alone) vary around the country from as little as $7 to as much as $35, although the national average is about $16.
Last edited by buck; 02-01-12 at 11:45 AM.