A new state toolkit designed to assist primary care doctors who prescribe opioids will be released this month by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH).
To put a price on burnout, the study authors culled data from recent research findings and reports — including direct or inferred findings on doctors cutting back on hours or quitting as a result of burnout.
Ohio is ranked 46 out of the 50 states and the District of Columbia according to the 2019 Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO) Health Value Dashboard—landing the Buckeye state in the bottom quartile.
A recent poll by The Doctors Company received 9,459 responses to the question: How concerned are you as a healthcare provider about the recent U.S. measles outbreak?
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As Ohio continues to address the opioid abuse epidemic, the Smart Rx® online learning experience is designed for the busy physician and keeps prescribers in-step and up-to-date. The training modules are on-demand, FREE to OSMA members, and readily accessible to prescribers from our partnering health systems.
- Resources for properly prescribing opioids
- Alternatives for treating pain
- Updates on current policy and regulations