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Pain Management

A New Jersey law enacted in 2017 to require doctors to warn patients of the addictive potential of prescription opioids and discuss alternatives has had a significant effect on prescribing, a recently released study shows.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said in an Rx Summit address that the department is using non-opioid interventions and telehealth to help veterans manage chronic pain.
Data from the early 2010s suggest that around half the time, dental patients receive a greater quantity of opioids than what is recommended in pain management guidelines.
John Temple, author of “American Pain,” will share findings from his book on a Florida pain clinic that recklessly prescribed opioids, as well as how some operators have now shifted into running treatment centers and sober living facilities.
A speaker at this spring's Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit discusses the latest national data on emerging drug threats, highlighting the need to focus on stimulant trends.
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