Veriport Announces the Addition of Testing Refusal Reports for TPAs— Streamlining Documentation and Simplifying DOT MIS Reporting Requirements

At Veriport, we understand the evolving challenges that Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) face in the drug testing landscape. Ensuring compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations and efficient data collection for the annual DOT Management Information System (MIS) reports are pivotal in maintaining the integrity of drug testing programs.

To better equip TPAs with the tools they need, we are excited to announce the release of a powerful new feature: DOT Refusal Reports.

What is the DOT Refusal Reports feature?

The DOT Refusal Reports feature allows TPAs to seamlessly create and document reports for non-MRO (Medical Review Officer) refusals. These reports not only stand as official records for individuals who have refused drug testing but also serve as a valuable data point for MIS data collection, directly contributing to the annual DOT MIS reporting requirements.

What would be the non-MRO refusals that a TPA would document?

  • The donor failed to appear for the test.
  • The donor failed to remain at the testing site until the testing process was completed.
  • The donor failed to provide a specimen.
  • The donor failed to permit the observation or monitoring of the test.
  • The donor failed or declined to take an additional drug test.
  • The donor failed to cooperate with the testing process.
  • The donor failed to follow directions during an observed urine collection.
  • The donor possessed or wore a prosthetic or other device.
  • The donor admitted to adulterating or substituting the specimen.

Key Benefits:

  1. Streamlined Documentation: Instantly generate refusal reports with all essential information, reducing administrative overhead.
  2. Enhanced Compliance: Keep your drug testing program in compliance with DOT regulations by having all refusal data well-documented and easily accessible.
  3. MIS Data Collection: Simplify the task of collecting necessary data for the annual DOT MIS reports. The feature allows for easy extraction and aggregation of refusal data.
  4. Security: All reports are stored securely with state-of-the-art encryption protocols to ensure data integrity and confidentiality.

How to Get Started:

  1. Log into your Veriport account.
  2. Navigate to the ‘Testing’ tab under the and select DOT Refusal Report.
  3. Select ‘Create New Report’ and follow the step-by-step guide to input all necessary details.
  4. Submit the report, where it will be stored securely and made easily accessible for compliance checks and MIS data collection.
  5. Deliver the report to the DER.

At Veriport, we continually strive to bring you features that not only make your processes more efficient but also ensure you stay on top of compliance requirements. The Testing Refusal Reports feature is a significant step in this direction.

For more information about this feature or any other Veriport functionalities, please visit our FAQs or contact our support team.

Stay compliant and simplify your data collection process with Veriport’s new Testing Refusal Reports feature!