Presbyterian Healthcare Services engages in partnerships to address substance use disorders

At Presbyterian – a not-for-profit integrated health system with nine hospitals, a medical group and a health plan in New Mexico – the Integrated Substance Use Disorder and Community Collaborative Initiative is designed to strengthen and improve outcomes for patients, families and members affected by substance use disorders through a holistic approach. Dr. Daniel Duhigg, medical director for addiction services at Presbyterian Healthcare Services, discusses their methods in this Advancing Health podcast.

 

 

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