2017 Opioid Epidemic Forum

Pathways for Curbing the Opioid Addiction Crisis

October 19-20, 2017    Scottsdale, Arizona

 

About the Conference

 

The abuse and addiction to both prescription and non-prescription opioids is a serious problem that affects health, social and economic welfare of all individuals, communities and companies.  The consequences of this abuse have been devastating and are on the rise.  In order to address the complex national health crisis, we must understand the origins of the epidemic, confront the growing impact of opioid abuse and find solutions.
 
The opioid epidemic is a problem that cannot be solved by focusing on individual parts of the healthcare system.  It must be addressed through doctors, pharmacies, distributors, manufacturers and regulators.  This program brings together health care professionals, pharmacists, educators, private businesses and government agency representatives to discuss the on-going crisis as well as present solutions to curb this epidemic.
 
Key Highlights Include:
 
-       Understanding how Prescription and Non-Prescription Opioids Can Change the way a Person Experiences Pain
-       Learning How State and Federal Agencies Have Adopted New Laws to Combat the Opioid Epidemic
-       Touch Upon Directions and Interventions that may be Employed in the Future to Reduce the Costs of Opioid Addiction
-       Understanding the Steps and Actions which the Food and Drug Administration has Taken to Address the Issues of Opioid Abuse
-       Discussing the Public Health Approach to Opioid Overdose Prevention as Advanced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
-       Discovering Effective and Evidence Based Treatments that are Available to Treat Opioid Addiction
-       Learning how Pharmacy Benefit Managers and Pharmacists can Manage Opioid Prescriptions and Lead an Opioid Exit Plan
-       Implementing New Strategies to Prevent Opioid Abuse Including Alternative Pain Treatments, Medication Assisted Treatments and Behavioral Support
-       Understanding New Guidelines that Focus on Less Addictive Treatments and Prescribing Fewer Opioids
-       Networking with Other Industry Leaders to Understand their Perspectives on Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

 

 

Agenda

 

Executive Business Intelligence Forum

 

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