First Do No Harm: Leveraging Technology to Develop an Opioid Stewardship Program in an Academic Health System

This one hour session will describe implementation of an opioid stewardship program at an academic medical center in the heart of the opioid crisis. At the conclusion of the webinar, led by the organization’s CMO, CMIO, and Director of Opioid Safety, attendees will be able to discuss the role of prescription opioids in sustaining the opioid crisis in 2019, identify methods to increase organizational priority of opioid stewardship programs, describe meaningful metrics to assess opioid use, and identify clinical decision support and information technology solutions to improve opioid use.

Learning Objective #1: Identify meaningful metrics and associated initiatives to support an opioid stewardship program in a health system.

Learning Objective #2: Describe clinical decision support and information technology solutions to improve responsible opioid use.

Session Speakers:

Douglas Oyler PharmD , Director, Office of Opioid Safety
Phillip Chang MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer
Philip Bernard MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer

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Contact

CHIME Opioid Action Center

710 Avis Drive, Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

 

Phone: 1.734.665.0000

 

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