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Physicians' use of data within prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) continues to increase steadily, likely a result of state mandates around use, suggests a newly published study based on results of a survey of office‐based physicians. The study's lead author told ADAW the study also...
Interviews with staffers of Kentucky‐based syringe service programs (SSPs) have found that as time has gone on, opposition by law enforcement and other community members has gone way down. These programs, largely by virtue of staffers going out into the community championing the value of SSPs,...
The earlier the treatment and the longer it lasts for pediatric psychiatric problems, especially for attention deficit‐hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the less likely substance use disorders (SUDs) will arise later in life, according to a study by researchers who have delved into this issue for...
Last month, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) announced its first‐ever Behavioral Health Recovery Innovation Challenge. The goal is to identify innovations developed by peer‐run or community‐based organizations (and entities that may partner with them), such...
Although many people are still confused about what “harm reduction” means (overdose prevention centers where people can inject heroin? free naloxone and fentanyl test strips? low barrier methadone and buprenorphine treatment? and so on) the federal government views only naloxone, fentanyl test...
The annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association will be held June 7‐10 in New Orleans. For more information, go to https://psychiatry.org/psychiatrists/meetings/annual‐meeting
The devastating Wit v. United Behavioral Health decision (see Advocates fear implications of reversal of Wit decision for plans' coverage, ADAW April 4; https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adaw.33392) threatens to undermine the progress made in parity for treatment for substance use...
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