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Pain Management

In patients with comorbid chronic pain and substance use disorders, developing protocols for continuing opioid therapy are key for patient safety, W. Clay Jackson, MD, and Arwen Podesta, MD, DFASAM, DFAPA, ABIHM, told Psych Congress 2020 attendees.
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.
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