No Wrong Door for Opioid Safety
How to Use Local Data for Measurable Results
Original Live Stream: November 5th, 2019 at 12PM PST
As the opioid epidemic gains scope and complexity, it is increasingly important to use locally available data to inform a local response. This webinar covered innovative approaches for using locally available data to describe local burden and create real-time responses to overdose events. Watch the recording to hear how a community in California uses 911 data to connect overdose survivors to services, how emergency departments in Baltimore use EMR data to link patients with peer recovery coaches, and how communities across the country are implementing ODMAP (Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program) in partnership local law enforcement.
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