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Kristina Padilla, MA, of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals shared best practices for leaders to build trust and facilitate healthy communication within their teams on Saturday at NCAD East.
Since making history as the first blind person to graduate from a U.S. medical school, David W. Hartman, MD, has expanded access to medication-assisted treatment in myriad ways and educated the next generation of practitioners.
Harshal Kirane, MD, has been named medical director of Wellbridge Addiction Treatment and Research, which is expected to open this fall.
Aaron Wilson, MD, chief medical officer at Sierra Tucson has been named to the same position at another facility in the Acadia portfolio Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital.
A new program under the federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) seeks to incentivize addiction treatment services in underserved communities.
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