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    employer sends in employee for suspicion of alcohol; breath test performed; positive; waited 15 mins performed again for confirmation; are we allowed to bill for the retest?
    thanks!!
    Amy M.

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    I work for an Occupational Health Co and yes you can. My organization bills the company for the BAT Confirmation. You are doing a second test, we just call it the confirmation. You probably want to let your companies know to expect the charge if needed.

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