In this episode – part four of AHA’s five-part series on opioid stewardship – Marie Cleary-Fishman, AHA’s vice president of clinical quality, is joined once again by Holly Geyer, M.D., hospital internal medicine practitioner subspecialized in addiction medicine at Mayo Clinic. The discussion: encouraging careful and selective use of long-term opioid therapy in the context of managing chronic pain through evidence-based prescribing guidelines; educating staff and patients; and improving the referral-to-treatment process. LISTEN HERE

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