With the country in the grips of an opioid epidemic, Norton Healthcare in 2015 launched the Maternal Opiate and Substance Treatment program, which makes it easy and non-stigmatizing for pregnant women with substance use disorder to access addiction treatment during obstetrical care, dramatically reducing admissions for neonatal abstinence syndrome. Read more

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