At Dell Seton Medical Center, clinicians observed that patients with opioid use disorder had a high likelihood of readmission because its underlying causes were not being addressed.

In this podcast, Richard Bottner, PA-C, affiliate faculty, Department of Internal Medicine, Dell Medical School; Hospital Medicine PA, Dell Seton Medical Center, University of Texas, reviews Dell Seton Medical Center’s corrective steps with Elisa Arespacochaga, vice president, AHA Physician Alliance.

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