CHA News Article

New Program Helps Hospitals Start Medication-Assisted Treatment Services
Offers free resources, training to participating providers

A new program supported by the California HealthCare Foundation and led by Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital aims to help hospitals start medication-assisted treatment services for opioid use disorder. The program, called Project SHOUT (Support for Hospital Opioid Use Treatment), offers free resources for clinicians to use in starting or maintaining patients on buprenorphine and methadone. In addition to evidence-based guidelines, toolkits, expert coaching and grand-rounds presentations, the program will offer a weekly webinar series beginning Nov. 15. For more information, see the attached flyer or email project.shout.coalition@gmail.com. To receive program updates, register online.

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