Clinicians Who Learn Of A Patient’s Opioid Death Modestly Cut Back On Prescriptions

(By Anna Gorman for Kaiser Health News)

Physicians and other medical providers modestly reduced the volume of opioids they prescribed after being told one of their patients had died of an overdose, according to research published Thursday. Continue reading article here…

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