Should doctors make drug screening a routine part of checkups? Is this an overreaction?
We're not talking about someone who goes to Jamaica on vacation and smokes pot, this is the person who chronically uses opioids.
"Testing people is very minimally invasive and the bottom line is it's going to identify people and get them the help they need," said Galati.
He said the drug tests could potentially save a life.
"I wouldn't say it's overreaction, considering the amount of people that are involved in opioid misuse," said Galati.
He added it's a whole separation discussion who will pay and if insurance companies will cover it.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports in 2017, more than 70,000 people died from drug overdoses, including legal opioids.