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Exclusive: New Fund Seeks to Redefine Opioid Crisis Response
February 14, 2019
Inherent flaws in public- and private-sector strategies to combat the opioid crisis have inspired a social entrepreneur to seek a new approach, with local activists at the core.
Issue brief: Policy initiatives must look beyond opioids
November 21, 2018
A paper from the Baker Institute at Rice University suggests that policy and funding efforts that too narrowly target opioids will end up missing the mark.
Less new opioid use, more treatment offer signs of hope in national survey
September 18, 2018
The 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health offers some encouragement regarding the opioid crisis but growing concern for groups such as pregnant women and young adults.
An urgent call to mental health caregivers to help treat climate concerns
H. Steven Moffic
August 09, 2018
Psychiatrists, and other mental health disciplines, have an ethical principle to address social issues which adversely affect public health and mental health.
Cigna nets 25% opioid reduction
March 29, 2018
After announcing in May 2016 a goal to reduce opioid use among customers by 25%, Cigna has reached the mark a year ahead of its targeted date.
A reflection on mental health and mental illness: Which one should lead the way?
January 09, 2018
Discard the messaging about mental illness. We don’t really know what we are talking about if the assumption about illness is that we know biological causes. We should go in another direction.…
Group of payers say they will adhere to evidence-based principles
November 08, 2017
Sixteen healthcare payers today announced a commitment to principles of addiction care derived from the Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health.
Indiana counties scrap syringe exchange programs
November 06, 2017
Now two years removed from an HIV outbreak in the state, old concerns drive Indiana counties to begin defunding syringe exchange programs.
Marathon Health brings behavioral healthcare services to work sites
August 29, 2017
The national provider of onsite healthcare services for employers has announced it is adding behavioral health counseling to its offerings.
Hospitalized overdose patients sicker, costlier, more likely to die
August 29, 2017
Research findings released this week point to growing critical care needs for opioid overdose victims, attributable in part to the transition to heroin.
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