Skip to main content

All Access Subscription

Get unlimited access to our full publication and article library.

Get Access Now

Interested in Group Sales? Learn more

<p>While frontline providers have their hands full with COVID-19, overdose deaths are surging across the country. Some experts argue now is the perfect time to implement needed reforms in care for patients with opioid use disorder. In particular, they say it is time to fully leverage emergency departments in the quest to initiate these patients on treatment and connect them with ongoing care.</p>

Is It Time for EDs to Play a Central Role in Opioid Use Disorder Treatment?