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Taking Steps to Reduce Opioid Use in the ED

Opioid use is on the rise in the United States, especially in Emergency Departments. But the CDC and Washington State have each come up with guidelines that will help reduce opioid use and curb this growing epidemic. Dr. Jesse Pines reviews these guidelines and offers some real-world examples of how you can implement them in your organization.

Moderated by:
Jesse M. Pines, MD, MBA, MSCE
Director, Center for Healthcare Innovation and Policy Research, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy, The George Washington University
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Director, Center for Healthcare Innovation and Policy Research, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy, The George Washington University
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Director, Center for Healthcare Innovation and Policy Research, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy, The George Washington University
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Director, Center for Healthcare Innovation and Policy Research, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy, The George Washington University
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"Have not used ketamine, looks like a great first choice  alternative."
Scott Arthur, NP
Holy Family hospital
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"This is a great article regarding prescription drug medications.  I concur with the recommendations to limit opioid medications, and consult PCP and prescription drug monitoring website"
Scott Arthur, NP
Holy Family hospital
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