Health Policy Advocates Oppose Federal Opioid Treatment Bill
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May 17, 20234 min read817 words
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Published: May 17, 2023  |  4 min read817 words
Health policy professionals are pushing back on a federal bill that would "authorize" pharmacy-based dispensing of methadone to treat opioid use disorder (OUD). According to the Center for U.S. Policy, the Modernizing Opioid Treatment Access Act is not necessary because dispensin...
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This article exposes the frivolity of passing a bill that disregards the need for a stream-lined process for Opioid Treatment Centers and doctors to efficiently dispense medications to their patients, but instead promote reckless dispensation of drugs without a care plan adding more fuel to an already blazing fire. The opioid crisis is real and needs legislation that provide real solutions.
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