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How Bad is the Opioid Epidemic? – PBS

How Bad is the Opioid Epidemic? – PBS

Twelve states have more opioid prescriptions than people Not every state has seen an equal rise in opioid use. In Hawaii, doctors wrote 52 opioid prescriptions for every 100 people in 2012, the least of any state according to a 2014 CDC study. In Alabama, it was...

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Alabama pain doctor leaves practice with pending administrative complaint against him – ABC WAAY 31

Alabama pain doctor leaves practice with pending administrative complaint against him – ABC WAAY 31

Dr. Murphy reported to the board that both clinic sites see roughly 100 to 120 patients per day and checks the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program database (PDMP) 20-30 times each day.

However, the board points to information from the database, which is starkly different. During the period between January and April 15, 2015, “PDMP records reflect that Dr. Murphy or his office accessed the PDMP site 190 times on 7,000 patients visits. Thus, with an average of 91 patients per day, the PDMP was checked less than five times per day.”

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2016’s Top 5 Advances in Primary Care – MedPage Today

2016’s Top 5 Advances in Primary Care – MedPage Today

2016's Top 5 Advances in Primary Care Opioid crisis and what to do about it tops list MedPage Today asked specialists in primary care around the country to tell us what they thought were the most important clinical developments in 2016. These were the five most...

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Whenever possible, orthopaedic surgeons should request and review old medical records and speak with the patient’s primary physician about past medication problems. Currently, states have Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs designed to assist law enforcement in the identification of doctor shoppers; these data are also accessible to physicians.

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Now, March 2014

Effective monitoring systems [PDMPs] will augment clinical judgment, provide evidence of misuse, and facilitate prescription of the most appropriate analgesic for the situation…The Emergency Department is regarded as the nation’s safety net…the last bastion of around-the-clock access to care … Unfortunately, some of the solutions to opioid misuse [limiting ED physicians to 3-day opioid prescriptions] preempts judgments from trained emergency medical providers.

American College of Physicians, Annals of Internal Medicine, 9 April 2013
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