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UVM Medical Center Program Provides Alternatives to Medication for Patients with Chronic Pain
Catherine Huskisson was living with severe pain and finding few solutions that helped until she found the University of Vermont Medical Center's Comprehensive Pain Program.
Caring for the Most Vulnerable Victims of the Opioid Crisis: Newborns
UVM Health Network - Alice Hyde Medical Center nurses recount their experience with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
Innovative Local Partnership Attracts New Funding to Support Addiction Recovery Efforts
UVM Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center secures new grant to continue innovative response to opioid crisis in partnership with the Washington County Substance Abuse Regional Partnership.
Grant fuels research and expansion of rapid-access medication assisted treatment at UVM Health Network hospitals
People ready to begin the journey of treatment for opioid use disorder now have a new place to start: In the Emergency Department.
Plattsburgh Emergency Department reduces opioid prescriptions by 40% using data-driven approach
Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (CVPH) Emergency Department physicians are working to prevent more patients from becoming addicted. Daniel Anhalt, MD, explains how data and technology help to meet the needs of patients while reducing exposure to opioids.