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Opioid use disorder and infectious diseases are intertwined epidemics. A new @NASEM_Health report outlines how integrated medical services can improve outcomes for both. nationalacademies.org/OUDinfectiousdiseaseservices
More than two decades into the opioid crisis, health systems still struggle to treat drug-related infections. A new @NASEM_Health report shows how limitations on coordinated treatment prevents providers from offering better care for both epidemics. nationalacademies.org/OUDinfectiousdiseaseservices
Policies that require pre-authorization for opioid use disorder medications delay treatment. A new report from @NASEM_Health
recommends that states should remove these requirements for all FDA-approved OUD medications. nationalacademies.org/OUDinfectiousdiseaseservices
A lack of data integration and sharing can prevent comprehensive care for opioid abuse and infectious disease. A new @NASEM_Health report recommends that federal health administrators should engage patients, advocacy groups, legal experts and the public to restructure data-sharing practices and regulations. nationalacademies.org/OUDinfectiousdiseaseservices
The U.S. is experiencing an unprecedented number of HIV and viral hepatitis outbreaks among people who use drugs. Changes to policy and health care practice can reduce harm from these epidemics. Learn more at nationalacademies.org/OUDinfectiousidseaseservices @NASEM_Health