10 Reasons to Include a Pharmacy Nurse in Your Workers' Compensation Program
A recent survey of public health experts predicted 650,000 people could die from opioid misuse within the next 10 years.1 Public health spending is falling short, medication-assisted treatment is too rare, and the worst drug overdose epidemic in U.S. history is culling our labor force. Rising medical costs and the opioid epidemic aren’t new trends to our industry, and while there are many beneficial tools being implemented to address these issues there is also one you may be less familiar ...
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