How to increase outcomes for patients who suffer from Opioid Use Disorder

Medical Assistants have been the right arm of Physicians and Nurses treating patients who suffer from Opioid Dependence and Opioid Use Disorders. They've served as compassionate caregivers, unofficial counselors, and ensure that patients receive the social, medical, and educational support services they need. They are one of the most important treatment team members; yet, they usually receive the least training and pay. Here’s how your medical assistant can assist you in creating access for patients, enhance quality care, increase healthcare outcomes, and grow your healthcare business.


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