A U.S. appeals panel reverses a medical privacy victory and fails to dismiss argument that patient, physician privacy concerns are “speculative.”
Jerome Adams, MD, confirmed as surgeon general. The opioid epidemic, harm reduction and health policy bipartisanship are highlighted at his hearing.
A program at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is creating physicians equipped to treat opioid-use disorder as residents.
Lack of transparency and complaint-driven enforcement hinder coverage parity for substance-use disorder treatment, says a recent analysis.
Jerome Adams, MD—President Donald Trump’s choice for surgeon general—also advocates a wide range of interventions to fight the opioid epidemic.