A new study shows Kansas has bested Missouri when it comes to reducing dangerous long-term opioid prescribing for injured workers. A model policy for prescribing opioids, evidence-based treatment guidelines and a prescription drug monitoring program that debuted in 2011 were cited as contributing reasons for Kansas’ success.
A new study shows Kansas has bested Missouri when it comes to reducing dangerous long-term opioid prescribing for injured workers. A model policy for prescribing opioids, evidence-based treatment guidelines and a prescription drug monitoring program that debuted in 2011 were cited as contributing reasons for Kansas’ success. . File photo
A new study shows Kansas has bested Missouri when it comes to reducing dangerous long-term opioid prescribing for injured workers. A model policy for prescribing opioids, evidence-based treatment guidelines and a prescription drug monitoring program that debuted in 2011 were cited as contributing reasons for Kansas’ success. . File photo