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Rethinking Telehealth’s Role in Treating Addiction

This Tradeoffs podcast episode explores how states and the federal government are grappling with if and how they should permanently change policies around telehealth and addiction treatment post-pandemic.
Blog
November 2021

Why Don’t Hospitals Treat Addiction Like Heart Attacks?

It is relatively common knowledge among those that treat patients in a hospital setting that addiction-related issues are the number-one driver of extended length of stay, 30-day readmissions, and job-related dissatisfaction and burnout.
Blog
June 2018

No More Excuses: It’s Time to Treat Opioid Addiction

Addiction is a chronic neurobiological disorder that is predictable, identifiable, and treatable. Dr. Corey Waller explains why evidence-based treatment needs to be in hospitals, primary care, stand-alone rehabs, and throughout the ecosystem of health care.
Blog
March 2018