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Inside the roadblocks affecting the pain care industry’s use ofabuse-deterrent opioids, including insurance coverage and prescribing tactics.
New PPM Co-Editors-at-Large Jeff Gudin, MD, and Jeffrey Fudin, PharmD, reflect on the collaborative nature of the pain management community.
Clinicians answer reader questions and comments regarding ACT Therapy and topical analgesics.
JPS Health Network and the American Society of Clinical Oncology share their experience in improving pain documentation and plans of care.
Many non-pharmacological therapies have limitations that stunt their progression into therapies for chronic pain.
Clinicians treating patients with a variety of chronic pain conditions may improve overall outcomes by reaching out to other practices and specialists.
Clearway Pain Solutions Institute sought an outside partner to grow its advanced pain solutions both nationally and regionally.
Individual factors related to the patient make abuse- deterrent opioids a worthwhile consideration.
When taking over the management of a high-dose opioid patient, follow these steps to update their treatment plan.
mHealth apps and other digital technology could make practitioner-patient communication smoother.
A Virginia-based study provides insight into pharmacists' perceptions of pain practice, knowledge gaps, and the realities of dispensing scheduled pain medications.
Pending legislation from the House of Representatives promises to offer more treatment alternatives for patients in chronic pain.
An excerpt* from the preface of It Hurts: A Practical Guide for Pain Management (WellBridge Books, 2018).  Read more about Kern A. Olson, PhD, the author.
There have been unintended consequences to the regulatory measures of reducing the quantity of opioids prescribed.
Technological advances in wearable medical technology have optimized delivery and efficiency of healthcare, including within the field of pain management.
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