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President and Chief Executive Officer HealthRIGHT 360 San Francisco, California
As the field continues to mobilize to address the opioid crisis, there has been an increased interest in opening new opioid treatment programs (OTPs). This presentation will highlight what we know about OTPs today and what you need to consider when opening a new program and the changes that are impacting the future of medications for addiction treatment. This conversation will include examples of current challenges and new innovations in OTP operations as well as a discussion of how to work with state opioid authorities and relevant federal partners.
Explore the current state of opioid treatment programs and what needs to be considered when opening a new program
Examine the federal and state regulations that impact the ability to operate a program
Analyze changes related to mobile van units, take home methadone and buprenorphine
Explore the state and federal partnerships necessary to create greater access to OTP services