Hospitals and public health officials are increasingly motivated to initiate medication-assisted treatment in the hospital setting. Chris Welsh of the University of Maryland School of Medicine explains the advantages of this approach. Information about the Providers’ Clinical Support System can be found at www.pcssNOW.org.
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