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<p>An order from the judge overseeing the National Prescription Opiate Litigation should make it easier for healthcare providers to comply with best practices designed to reduce opioid abuse. The order was in response to a motion from Webb County, TX, filed in September 2018, addressing the fact that pharmacy benefit managers&#39; standard national offerings were not consistent with the CDC Guidelines, even though they had endorsed the guidelines as the standards of care.</p>

Opioid Order Should Ease Physician Discretion