Medication-assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care
Join Comagine Health for a six-part series to help you develop or augment a mediation-assisted treatment (MAT) program for Opioid Use Disorder with special considerations for COVID-19.
This series is designed for clinicians and administrators, who are looking to build OR grow a MAT program that immediately impacts patient’s lives. Building a MAT program doesn’t require advertising or adding new patients – you already have patients in your practice that you can treat today!
Participants will be provided with direction in setting up or growing a MAT program including guidance on:
- How to discuss MAT with your staff
- How to accurately identify which patients and resources for those who need extra assistance
- Policy, procedure, visit templates and billing
- Risk mitigation strategies
Sessions begin May 19!
All sessions will be held virtually from 12:15-1:15 p.m. MT
Sessions will be held on Tuesdays and will run from May 19 – June 23
Contact Ryan Brown with questions or to sign up for the free series.
Office: (801) 892-6642
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
Dr. Paula Cook is an Assistant Professor of Adult Psychiatry at the University of Utah School of Medicine. She has extensive experience in addiction medicine and developing Controlled Substance Monitoring Programs for rural communities. She also was co-developer for the Substance Use modules and for the Addiction and Pain Project ECHO for the University of Utah.
Dr. Darlene Petersen is a Family and Addition Medicine Physician in Roy, Utah and is the Medical Director of Rock Run Family Medicine. She has previous experience on the NQF Opioid Technical Expert Panel to give her expertise in decisions for quality measures in value-based payment and reporting modules under Medicare. She is also on the Davis Hospital Controlled Substance Committee and is a member of the AAFP Opioid Advisory Committee.