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  • Innovation Amidst the Crisis Health IT and the Opioid Abuse Epidemic Part 3 Bookmark this article.

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    The opioid crisis in the United States is having a devastating impact on individuals, their families, and the health care industry. This multi-part series will focus on the role technology can play in addressing this crisis. Part one of the series proposed a strategic framework for evaluating and pursuing technical solutions. Part two explored technologies that enhance situational awareness.

    Type: Other

    Categories: HIT , Opioid Crisis

    Provider Types: CHIME Foundation Member

  • Transforming Health Care Delivery – Leveraging data to improve quality of care Bookmark this article.

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    Categories: HIT , Quality/Safety

  • Innovation Amidst Crisis: Health IT and the Opioid Abuse Epidemic Part 2 Bookmark this article.

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    The opioid crisis in the United States is having a devastating impact on individuals, their families, and the health care industry. This multi-part series will focus on the role technology can play in addressing this crisis. Part one of the series proposed a strategic framework for evaluating and pursuing technical solutions. In this article, we will explore situational awareness as part of the strategic framework.

    Type: Other

    Categories: HIT , Opioid Crisis

  • Innovation Amidst the Crisis: Health IT and the Opioid Abuse Epidemic Bookmark this article.

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    “The opioid crisis in the United States is having a devastating impact on individuals, their families, and the health care industry. This multi-part series will focus on the role technology can play in addressing this crisis. In this article, we propose a strategic framework for evaluating and pursuing technical solutions. Future articles will explore specific areas and solutions within this framework.”

    Type: Other

    Categories: HIT , Opioid Crisis

  • THE EVOLVING ROLE OF HEALTH IT IN FIGHTING THE OPIOID CRISIS Bookmark this article.

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    The opioid crisis in the United States is having a devastating impact on individuals, their families, and the healthcare industry. We as a country are a long way off from ending this crisis, but many believe health information technology will be a major part of the solution. This whitepaper explores the benefits of health IT in the opioid crisis, the roles it can play, and what needs to be done to make the use of health IT more effective in the fight.

    Categories: HIT , Opioid Crisis

  • OVERVIEW OF OPIOID BILLS WITH TECHNOLOGY IMPLICATIONS Bookmark this article.

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    The opioid crisis has been a huge priority within the 115th Congress with a sprint to gather feedback through requests for information, hearings and meetings with stakeholders. This has led to a large, comprehensive piece of legislation known as the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, otherwise titled H.R. 6, that was passed out of the House in late June. Laid out in the below table are relevant provisions within H.R. 6 as well as legislation being considered separately by the Senate.

    Type: Public Policy Resource

    Category: Opioid Crisis

  • War Memorial Hospital expands FormFast to ambulatory locations to standardize form processes, deliver cost and time-saving benefits, and promote patient safety Bookmark this article.

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    Type: Case Study

    Category: Strategy/Innovation

    Provider Types: CHIME Foundation Member

  • University of Maryland SM Capital Region Health: Deploying Critical Code Bookmark this article.

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    Type: Case Study

    Category: Quality/Safety

    Provider Types: Academic Medical Center

    Provider Name: University of Maryland Capital Region Health

  • Origins of an Epidemic: Purdue Pharma Knew Its Opioids Were Widely Abused Bookmark this article.

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    A confidential Justice Department report found the company was aware early on that OxyContin was being crushed and snorted for its powerful narcotic, but continued to promote it as less addictive.

    Types: Other , Public Policy Resource

    Category: Opioid Crisis

  • New Member Orientation – May 2018 Bookmark this article.

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    Type: Webinar

    Categories: Leadership/Career , Strategy/Innovation