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Michigan: Controlled Substance Legislation UPDATE

Posted by Jody Lutz on Jun 26, 2018 9:03:00 AM

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In December of 2017, Michigan’s Lt. Governor Brian Calley signed  a comprehensive 10-bill package to address Michigan’s opioid epidemic, substance abuse and drug diversion problems. The multi-faceted package addresses various education initiatives from school aged children to patient informed consent and also covers acute pain prescriptions, MAPS and a variety of other topics impacting the prescribing of controlled substances in Michigan.

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Weekend Round Up: Memorial Day Edition

Posted by Jody Lutz on May 27, 2018 12:49:05 PM

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With opioid prescribing regulations being updated, national policy announcements, state guidelines as well as daily commentary regarding the opioid epidemic flooding news outlets, the AffirmHealth Weekend Round Up looks at the top headlines that caught our team’s eye. From controlled substance protocols to research focusing on pain management, addiction medicine, the ER and more provided to you in an easy to access summary. News you can use. Welcome to the Weekend Round Up.

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Treatment Agreements And Informed Consent: What Are They, And Why Do I Need Them?

Posted by Jody Lutz on May 1, 2018 5:00:00 AM

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Treatment Agreements and Informed Consent. If your practice prescribes opioids, you need them. But what are they and how do they differ? We dig into each and how they impact your practice and your patients.

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