Medication-Assisted Treatment and Other Behavioral Interventions for Opioid Use Disorder: Evidence, Guidelines, Policies, and Service Delivery Models – Rapid Review

Source: Center for Evidence-based Pollicy

This 2019 systematic review assesses the evidence for the effectiveness of behavioral health interventions as part of a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) regimen for opioid use disorder (OUD). The report also evaluates clinical practice guideline recommendations for behavioral health treatments as a part of MAT and describes 3 service delivery models that implement low-threshold MAT programs in Missouri, Virginia and in the Veterans Health Administration.

Funding Source: Medicaid Evidence-based Decisions Project, Curated Library about Opioid Use for Decision-makers (CLOUD)

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Medication-Assisted Treatment and Other Behavioral Interventions for Opioid Use Disorder: Evidence, Guidelines, Policies, and Service Delivery Models - Rapid Review

A systematic review of evidence, clinical practice guidelines and service delivery models for integrating behavioral health treatments with MAT for OUD.