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Support Builds for Federal Opioid Workforce Act by admin

Support continues to build for a federal effort to train more doctors equipped to combat the opioid epidemic and help alleviate the doctor shortage with the introduction of S. 2892, the Opioid Workforce Act, in the U.S. Senate.

HAP Hosts Listening Session on Population Health Planning at Meadville Medical Center by jkissinger@haponline.org

During a listening session held at Meadville Medical Center, HAP and six hospitals educated regional state legislators about population health and wellness initiatives.

National Drug Take Back Day Helps Pennsylvanians Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse by Rmoore@haponline.org

Saturday, October 26, is National Drug Take Back Day, an event to remind patients about the importance of safely discarding expired or unused medications.

Gov. Calls for End of Stigmatizing Opioid Use Disorder; PA Hospitals Focus on Increased Treatment, Reduced Deaths, and Compassionate Conversations by admin

Earlier this week, Governor Tom Wolf joined the Independence Blue Cross Foundation to call for an end to the stigmas associated with opioid use disorder.

Innovative Rural Health Model, Legislation Advances by admin

Yesterday, legislation aimed at improving the financial stability of rural hospitals cleared another legislative hurdle and was voted out of the House Health Committee. Senate Bill 314, sponsored by Senator Lisa Baker (R–Luzerne), would establish the Pennsylvania Rural Health Redesign Center (RHRC), which would serve as the governing body of the new Rural Health Model, which began January 1, 2019, and was formally announced during March.

Achievement Award Spotlight: Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals by Rmoore@haponline.org

Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals awarded the 2019 HAP Achievement Award, Community Champions, for their project, “Opiate Reduction Efforts across the Continuum.”

Wolf Administration Unveils New Prescription Guidelines during “Stop Overdoses in PA: Get Help Now” Week by Rmoore@haponline.org

Yesterday, Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, MD, and Secretary of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Jen Smith announced new opioid prescription guidelines and provided an update about the state’s response to the opioid crisis.

New Federal Dollars to Help States Address Opioid Crisis; Focus Aligns with HAP Opioid Learning Action Network Goals by jkissinger@haponline.org

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced more than $1.8 billion in funding to states to assist with the opioid crisis. 

News Release: PA Hospital Opioid Learning and Action Collaborative Kicks off in Harrisburg by Rmoore@haponline.org

Pennsylvania hospital leaders and substance use disorder recovery specialists today met in Harrisburg to formally kick off The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania’s Opioid Learning Action Network, a collaborative for and by Pennsylvania’s hospital community.

CDC Estimates Show Decline in Number of Drug Overdose Deaths in Pennsylvania by admin

According to provisional data posted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of reported drug overdose deaths in Pennsylvania has declined by 18.8 percent over the last year (from 5,434 during December 2017 to 4,410 during December 2018).

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Support Builds for Federal Opioid Workforce Act by admin

Support continues to build for a federal effort to train more doctors equipped to combat the opioid epidemic and help alleviate the doctor shortage with the introduction of S. 2892, the Opioid Workforce Act, in the U.S. Senate.

HAP Hosts Listening Session on Population Health Planning at Meadville Medical Center by jkissinger@haponline.org

During a listening session held at Meadville Medical Center, HAP and six hospitals educated regional state legislators about population health and wellness initiatives.

National Drug Take Back Day Helps Pennsylvanians Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse by Rmoore@haponline.org

Saturday, October 26, is National Drug Take Back Day, an event to remind patients about the importance of safely discarding expired or unused medications.

Gov. Calls for End of Stigmatizing Opioid Use Disorder; PA Hospitals Focus on Increased Treatment, Reduced Deaths, and Compassionate Conversations by admin

Earlier this week, Governor Tom Wolf joined the Independence Blue Cross Foundation to call for an end to the stigmas associated with opioid use disorder.

Innovative Rural Health Model, Legislation Advances by admin

Yesterday, legislation aimed at improving the financial stability of rural hospitals cleared another legislative hurdle and was voted out of the House Health Committee. Senate Bill 314, sponsored by Senator Lisa Baker (R–Luzerne), would establish the Pennsylvania Rural Health Redesign Center (RHRC), which would serve as the governing body of the new Rural Health Model, which began January 1, 2019, and was formally announced during March.

Achievement Award Spotlight: Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals by Rmoore@haponline.org

Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals awarded the 2019 HAP Achievement Award, Community Champions, for their project, “Opiate Reduction Efforts across the Continuum.”

Wolf Administration Unveils New Prescription Guidelines during “Stop Overdoses in PA: Get Help Now” Week by Rmoore@haponline.org

Yesterday, Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, MD, and Secretary of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Jen Smith announced new opioid prescription guidelines and provided an update about the state’s response to the opioid crisis.

New Federal Dollars to Help States Address Opioid Crisis; Focus Aligns with HAP Opioid Learning Action Network Goals by jkissinger@haponline.org

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced more than $1.8 billion in funding to states to assist with the opioid crisis. 

News Release: PA Hospital Opioid Learning and Action Collaborative Kicks off in Harrisburg by Rmoore@haponline.org

Pennsylvania hospital leaders and substance use disorder recovery specialists today met in Harrisburg to formally kick off The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania’s Opioid Learning Action Network, a collaborative for and by Pennsylvania’s hospital community.

CDC Estimates Show Decline in Number of Drug Overdose Deaths in Pennsylvania by admin

According to provisional data posted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of reported drug overdose deaths in Pennsylvania has declined by 18.8 percent over the last year (from 5,434 during December 2017 to 4,410 during December 2018).

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