Is $485 million enough to end the opioid epidemic? April 21, 2017By Christine BlankThe HHS is giving out greatly needed funds, but money alone may not be enough. Fighting Opioid Abuse April 17, 2017By Anthony VecchioneHow pharmacists can help fight the battle. Behavioral health top priority for employers April 12, 2017By Tracey WalkerWith a growing need for services, nearly nine in 10 employers cite behavioral health as an important priority in Willis Towers Watson survey. The Trump Administration Gets Tough on Opioids April 07, 2017By Christine BlankTrump and Gottlieb are both taking steps to end the opioid epidemic. But is it enough? Small Doses: Pharmacy News Featuring Opioids, Ketamine, and MoreSmall Doses is news for pharmacists in a way that works for you. Payers strategize to manage opioid use March 29, 2017By Tracey WalkerHow managed care organizations manage opioid utilization and some of the limitations to those management strategies was a hot topic at the AMCP Annual Meeting. New York City Program Aims to Slash Opioid Deaths March 28, 2017By Christine BlankWhat New York City is doing to curb the opioid epidemic. More resources needed for medication-assisted treatment March 14, 2017By Tracey WalkerInclude medication-assisted treatment high on the list of clinical tools used to treat opioid addiction. Ten ways the FDA is addressing the opioid epidemic February 11, 2017By Aubrey WestgateScott Winiecki, MD, of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, shares how the FDA is working to address the opioid epidemic. Top strategies for incorporating PDMP data into physician work flow February 09, 2017By Aubrey WestgateHow can physicians, already struggling to keep up with mounting regulations and larger patient loads, use PDMPs in more effective and efficient ways?