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Boca Urine Tester Arrested on Patient Broking Charges

09/12/2018 -ATIN- A Boca Raton man who owns a testing lab has been arrested on charges that he paid kickbacks to steer urine testing business to his company. David Remland, 54, is now free on bond.

Remland's indictment accuses him of paying $100K in bribes to New Hampshire treatment providers for steering urine testing business to his Delray Beach lab, Impact Q.

Over the past several years there has been a growing smell of scandal tied to addiction center urine testing, which is absurdly lucrative. It is common for drug testers to get $1,500, and as much as $5,000, reimbursement from insurance companies for a single urine test. Addiction centers test their clients sometimes many times a week.

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