AHA Expresses Support for the Substance Use Disorder Workforce Act

May 26, 2021

In a letter to Representatives Bradley Schneider,  David McKinley and Annie Kuster, the AHA expresses support for bipartisan legislation, the Substance Use Disorder Workforce Act, which would help alleviate the critical shortage of opioid treatment providers by increasing resident physician slots in hospitals with programs focused on substance use disorder (SUD) treatment.

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