This 2015 report from the Association for Community Affiliated Health Plans summarizes the findings from their reducing prescription drug abuse collaborative. The report describes projects designed and implemented by 13 participating health plans in the areas of screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT); outreach to Medicaid providers or beneficiaries; prescriber or pharmacy lock-in programs; quality improvements for medication assisted treatment programs; and providing specialized support for Medicaid beneficiaries with substance use disorders.
Funding Source: Open Society Foundations
Strategies to Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse: Lessons Learned from the ACAP SUD Collaborative
A 2015 report from the Association for Community Affiliated Plans' SUD collaborative