This pocket guide from SAMHSA is written for health care providers prescribing medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder. The guide includes a checklist of steps providers should take during the patient
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 2018 report from Providers Clinical Support System and the National Association of Community Health Centers provides detailed guidance to providers and clinic administrative staff on how to establish a medical assisted treatment program in your clinic.
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.
A 2016 report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, this report describes 12 models of care for providing medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder in primary care settings.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has compiled this guide to tools and resources available to help create or expand medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder (OUD), particularly in rural areas. The tools are grouped into four categories: tools for prevention of OUD, tools to assist in training or educating individuals about MAT, tools for implementing MAT programs in office-based settings, and tools for preventing or responding to opioid overdose.