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Treating Chronic Pain Without Opioids

Reviews various options and tools for managing chronic pain, including identifying appropriate nonopioid medications and nonpharmacologic treatments and facilitating a patient-centered approach.
Format(s): Web-Based Course
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain
Year: 2017
Resource Type: External Link

Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 54: Managing Chronic Pain in Adults With or in Recovery From Substance Use Disorders

Equips clinicians with practical guidance and tools for treating chronic pain in adults with a history of substance abuse. Discusses chronic pain management, including treatment with opioids, and offers information about substance abuse assessments and referrals.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol, Guide
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain
Year: 2012
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: 2.6 MB

Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 63: Medications for Opioid Use Disorders

Reviews three FDA-approved medications for OUD treatment (methadone, naltrexone, and buprenorphine) and the other strategies and services needed to support people in recovery.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol, Guide
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers
Author/Publisher: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Topic(s): Clinical Guidelines, Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder, Withdrawal from Opioids, Intake & Induction, Adherence, Diversion, & Misuse, Regulations & Recordkeeping, Stabilization & Maintenance, Psychosocial Supports, Medication Considerations
Year: 2018
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: 3.6 MB

Treatment Needs Questionnaire

Assesses patients' treatment needs and whether they would be good candidates for office-based opioid treatment.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Brooklyn JR, Sigmon SC.
Topic(s): Intake & Induction
Year: 2015
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .14 MB

Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course

Trains providers on medications to manage patients with addiction involving opioid use. Allows participants to qualify for the authority to prescribe buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid dependence under DATA 2000.
Format(s): Web-Based Course, In-Person Training
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: American Society of Addiction Medicine
Topic(s): Medication Considerations
Year: 2019
Resource Type: External Link

Two Item Graded Chronic Pain Scale

Offers a two-item version of the Graded Chronic Pain Scale intended for brief and simple assessment of pain severity in primary care settings.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Washington State Agency Medical Directors' Group
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain
Year: 2019
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .40 MB

Two-Item Conjoint Screen (TICS) scale

Screens for current substance use or dependence in a primary care population with a brief screening tool.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Brown R, et al.
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain, Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder
Year: 1997
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .24 MB

Uncomfortable Treating Patients With OUD?

Addresses the concerns providers have about being overwhelmed in their practice if they begin treating patients for OUD.
Format(s): Webinar/Video
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Providers Clinical Support System
Topic(s): Stigma
Year: 2018
Resource Type: Video

Understanding the Final Rule for a Patient Limit of 275

Describes what physicians need to know about the patient limit of 275, such as eligibility and credentials.
Format(s): Fact Sheet/Brochure
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Providers Clinical Support System
Topic(s): Regulations & Recordkeeping
Year: 2017
Resource Type: External Link

Urine Drug Testing: Current Recommendations and Best Practices

Describes best practices of routine urine drug testing as part of an overall treatment plan that includes chronic opioid prescribing.
Format(s): Report/Paper/Issue Brief
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Owen GT, et al.
Topic(s): Prescribing Opioids
Year: 2012
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .26 MB

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