Texas Hospitals Adapt Existing Technology to Tackle Opioid Crisis

January 2019 -- Adapting existing technology, the Texas Hospital Association is helping health care providers in Texas fight the state's opioid epidemic with software that providers relevant patient information in real-time. Learn more.

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