AHA member organizations are undertaking a variety of efforts to address opioid issues in their communities. Hear examples of some of those efforts from Alicia Mikolaycik Gonzalez, M.D., regional director at the Oakland, Calif.-based CA Bridge Program. Watch the 10-minute video, part of AHA’s Transformation Talks series on strategies for reimagining health care.

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