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‘United Food Service not only failed to protect the food in this warehouse, it failed to act promptly to improve the violations,’ said Dara A. Corrigan, the FDA’s associate commissioner for regulatory affairs. ‘This prompted the FDA, dealing with its condition partner together, the Georgia Division of Agriculture, to take these aggressive enforcement actions to protect the fitness of consumers.’ FDA investigators found 28 live rodents, one dead rodent, apparent rodent droppings, 26 obvious rodent gnaw holes in multiple packages of food products, rodent urine spots on food product packaging and four rodent nesting sites. FDA laboratory analyses of samples collected through the inspection verified the investigators’ observations.Retain POC urine drug screening as a crucial diagnostic tool for doctors. Help protect individuals and the public from the harmful consequences of prescription substance abuse. Current Scenario of Concern Presently, a proposal is before CMS to significantly cut reimbursement for point-of-care test devices used in urine medication screening. Outside interests are proposing these drastic cuts to CMS based on the premise that doctors should not bill CMS for multiple medication exams when doing in-office urine analysis.