1 thought on “Feds Award $71.5 Million to Ohio for Opioid Fight”

  1. Perhaps with this funding we Docs in Ohio that have been prescribing methadone for pain can create a pilot so we can prescribe methadone for addiction in the comfort of a medical home to support the patient and family as we do for other chronic diseases. Would anyone else like to work on achieving a waiver to help improve access to MAT beyond the methadone clinic(non-profit and for-profit) model? Yes suboxone is available by certification. So should methadone be available, as well.
    Our patients are counting on us to step up to help them succeed in the lifelong recovery.

Comment

Your email address will not be published.