In 2012, experts created a checklist of best practices for prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) as a way of improving the capability of PDMPs to produce data that is more accurate and useful.
A 2014 report on the findings from a learning collaborative on how to implement medication assisted treatment in safety net settings including primary care, substance use treatment, and community mental health programs. Leaders from California, Maryland, and Ohio participated in the learning collaborative and this report shares their lessons learned.
This 2010 report describes the experiences of grantees who participated in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State/Provider Partnerships for Quality Addiction Care program between 2005 and 2010. It describes lessons learned by grantees as they established medication assisted treatment programs in their organizations.
This guide provides information providers need to implement a medication assisted treatment (MAT) program for patients with opioid use disorder in their community.
A companion document to New Hampshire’s guidance on creating community-based medication assisted treatment (MAT) services for opioid use disorder, this quality planning tool guides staff through the steps necessary to develop and implement an MAT program.
The National Alliance for Recovery Residences published this guide to supporting the use of medication assisted treatment (MAT) in recovery housing programs in 2019. Directed at state and local policy makers, the report describes the challenges of adding MAT to recovery residence programs and proposes strategies for expanding recovery housing overall and specifically housing programs that can support residents on MAT.
This report provides financing strategies and workforce development strategies for state policy makers interested in expanding access to treatment for opioid use disorder, particularly medication assisted treatment.
This publication presents strategies for incorporating medication assisted treatment (MAT) into treatment courts.
A 2017 white paper from the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health, section one of this report reviews the current status of medical pain management and the nature of the pain crisis in America.
This 2017 report to the Oregon legislature reviews curricula used to teach health care providers about pain and pain management in Oregon and reviews the state efforts to address the opioid crisis and improve the treatment of pain in Oregon.