This website has a variety of resources, including recorded webinars, slides, guides, and other tools, for rural practitioners working with patients with substance use disorders.
This is invited testimony to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee during the hearing on "Behavioral Health Care When Americans Need It: Ensuring Parity and Care Integration" about making behavioral health services accessible to Americans, including care for substance use disorders.
A clinical pharmacist from Rush University Medical Center presents an example of implementation of team-based care using telehealth for substance use disorder (SUD) care.
This report aims to address the treatment opportunities for pregnant and postpartum (or parenting) women (PPW) with substance use disorder (SUD) by describing opportunities to integrate obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYN) and SUD care as well as barriers to integrated care delivery.
Obtaining and Using Data in Practice Improvement: A Handbook for Health IT Advisors and Practice Facilitators
This guide provides in-depth information Health Information Technology (IT) Advisors need to effectively provide Health IT-related assistance for primary care practices to support their quality improvement and practice transformation efforts.
State Maternal Mortality Review Committees (MMRCs) Address Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health to Improve Maternal Health
Maternal Mortality Review Committees (MMRCs) are multi-disciplinary committees that convene at the state or local level to comprehensively review deaths of women during or within a year of pregnancy. This document summarizes substance use disorder findings in a recent review of MMRC data in 14 states.
These are state-based policies and coding guidance for telehealth services and coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artificial Intelligence-Enhanced Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): Using the Brief Negotiation Interview (BNI) Across Diverse Populations
These are conference proceedings from the Technology, Mind, and Society 2021 symposium, which addressed various technology-enabled SBIRT to treatment approaches, focusing specifically on efforts at incorporating artificial intelligence (e.g., machine learning, natural language processing) in this work.