Integrating addiction medicine into primary care found to be clinically effective

Introducing harm reduction strategies and addiction medicine practices into primary care offices would save patients’ lives and lower health care costs, according to the results of a computer model published today in JAMA Network Open by University of Pittsburgh and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus researchers. The study demonstrates how primary care can play a critical and cost-effective role in treating the spectrum of substance use disorders.

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