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Tulane University Project ECHO (Extension For Community Healthcare Outcomes)
Addiction Medicine - ECHO connects providers with specialists through ongoing, interactive, tele-mentoring sessions.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, primary care physicians should provide opioid therapy for their patients through telehealth visits using two-way video such as Skype or FaceTime, or by telephone, according to a new guide issued by the AHRQ-funded Six Building Blocks program.
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Risk Reduction and Safe Use of Opioids (Dec.5, 2019)