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Lifting current training and prior authorization requirements around the prescribing of medication for opioid use disorder is among the recommendations in a medical panel's report on combating OUD and infectious diseases.
The New York Association of Addiction Services and Professionals and the Coalition for Behavioral Health on Thursday announced a partnership to boost their addiction treatment and behavioral health advocacy efforts.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has opted to prohibit prior authorization requirements for opioid use disorder medications under private insurance, but not under Medicaid.
In a new report, the Drug Policy Alliance argues that the distinction policy leaders make between drug users and drug sellers is arbitrary and counterproductive to combating the overdose crisis.
Recovery Centers of America's chief scientific officer sees reinforcing the public's understanding of basic concepts around recovery as a central goal.
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