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.

Related Resources

Other Resources
We foster dialogue among system executives and offer opportunities to actively shape polices and set direction for the association and field. Serving on AHA’s…
Webinar Recordings
State Association
View Webinar.
Case Studies
Public
To meet the demand for health care workforce development and expansion, New York’s Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS) partnered with the College…
Letter/Comment
Public
The AHA recognizes that SAMHSA is statutorily constrained in making structural amendments to the regulations under 42 CFR Part 2; however, because the proposed…
Case Studies
.dynamic-page--node .dynamic-container { padding-right: 30px; padding-left: 30px } .bright_lead { margin: 30px auto } .bright_lead p { color: #63666A; font-…
Letter/Comment
Public
The AHA appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s proposed notice on aggregate production quotas for schedule I and II…