What are the advantages and disadvantages of integrating SUD/AUD treatment into mainstream medical care?

February 3rd, 2014

The Bridge is a semi-annual e-pub from SAMHSA’s National ATTC network linking science and service by providing information and tools on technology transfer and implementation science strategies. Please see below for current issues of interest.

Holly Hagle (IRETA)What are the Advantages of Integrating SUD/AUD Treatment into Mainstream Medical Care?

Michael Boyle (University of Wisconsin)Better Treatment through Medicine: A Case for Integration

Elizabeth A. Wells (University of Washington School of Social Work)Advantages of Integrating Care Outweigh the Challenges

Louise Haynes (Medical University of South Carolina)Can we Change and Keep the Best of What We Have?

Steve Martino, Ph.D. (Yale University School of Medicine and Veterans Administration Connecticut Healthcare)Integrating Addiction Treatment into Medical Care: The Devil’s Advocate

Dennis McCarty and Traci Rieckmann (Oregon Health & Science University)Building 21st Century Systems of Care for Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders: Healthcare Transformation and Integration in Oregon

 

 

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