Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: The Gold Standard

Executive Summary

Lack of access to proper treatment for substance use disorders is harming lives of thousands, write National Health Law Program’s Carli Suba, Amy Lieberman and Corey Davis. “States and the federal government can use numerous means to ensure that health care providers receive evidence-based education in the appropriate treatment” of substance use disorders. 

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