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Despite a number of industry trends that would seem to diminish the future role of residential substance use treatment, several leaders in the treatment and research communities still foresee residential care remaining an integral component of the continuum of care.
The federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has a policy, called the exclusion program, of banning health care providers from billing Medicare or Medicaid for five years, even if they are in recovery, cooperate with the courts, are abstinent, pass regular drug tests, have their...
The Ryan Haight Act, long a thorn in the side of buprenorphine prescribers, requires prescribers to conduct an in‐person examination before prescribing any controlled substance to a new patient. That rule was suspended temporarily during the COVID‐19 pandemic, but that public health emergency...
The California Society for Addiction Medicine (CSAM) State of the Art Addiction Medicine Conference will be held August 30 ‐ September 2 in San Diego, California. For more information, go to https://csam‐asam.org/
Netflix has released a new series, called Painkiller, which professes to detail the guilt of the Sackler family going back to the 1950s, when Purdue Pharma, along with nearly all other pharmaceutical companies, learned that the best way to sell medications to physicians was to sell them directly...
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