Identify Collection Type


FormFox simplifies the collection process and prevents errors by “walking” the user through the collection process. The “collection wizard” requires completing all the necessary fields that print on the Chain of Custody Form. In addition to the standard Chain of Custody information, formfox identifies the type of specimen collection to be performed. This information is displayed for the Specimen Collector in the “collection wizard”.

Use the following guide to learn how to identify the type of specimen collection needed when using formfox.

The FormFox application allows the following types of specimen collections:
  • Urine (Single or Split nonDOT specimen shipped to the Laboratory for testing.)
  • Hair Follicle (Specimen shipped to the Laboratory for testing.)
  • Saliva (Specimen shipped to the Laboratory for testing.)
  • Urine INSTANT Test (Also called POCT – Specimen may be shipped to the lab based upon results interpretation.)
  • Blood Alcohol (Performed as a phlebotomy service.)


Urine Drug Screen Collection (LAB‐BASED: DO NOT USE INSTANT KITS)


  • Type of specimen collection is in the same section with the temperature validation.
  • Use the lab provided specimen collection kit to collect the sample for shipment to the lab for testing.
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POCT – Urine Drug Screen Collection (instant test)


  • POCT appears at the top of the page in red letters.
  • Requires use of an “instant testing” kit.
  • Requires collector to enter device Lot # and Expiration Date.
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Hair Follicle Drug Screen Collection


  • Hair specimen collection is indicated in the same section as specimen source validation.
  • Requires use of a lab provided hair specimen collection kit.
  • Requires collector to specify the specimen source.
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Saliva (Oral) Drug Screen Collection


  • Oral specimen collection is indicated in the same section as the device lot number and expiration date.
  • Use a lab provided oral specimen collection device to collect the sample for shipment to the Laboratory.
  • Requires collector to enter the device lot number and expiration date.
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Blood Alcohol Specimen Collection (Phlebotomy Service)


  • Blood specimen collection is indicated in the same section as the actual specimen collection designation, which defaults to “single”.
  • Requires a blood draw, to be performed by a phlebotomist.
  • Requires specimen preparation for shipment to the Laboratory for testing.
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