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Informative articles, interviews, op-eds, blogs and findings from MAP are posted here regularly.

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February 13, 2018   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

Every day new technologies are revolutionizing healthcare in the form of wearable devices. The types of data and tracking that are made possible by these devices allow healthcare providers to more easily deliver quality care, and allow patients a comprehensive and accessible snapshot of their health in an instant....

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January 23, 2018   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

Medication Assisted Treatment programs for opioid-addicted incarcerated individuals increase reporting for post-release treatment and lower recidivism and relapse rates. ...

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December 27, 2017   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

Relying on longitudinal outcomes data, coupled with patient experience, is the best way to begin to eliminate the guesswork currently employed in most SUD treatment plans....

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December 19, 2017   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

Finding effective and safer alternatives to pain management is essential in the fight against the opioid epidemic....

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November 28, 2017   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

We face a paradoxical difficulty in the field of behavioral health when it comes to substance use disorder (SUD) and addiction. There is a huge gap in our understanding and agreement regarding how treatment and recovery from SUD / addiction works most effectively....

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November 20, 2017   Thomas G. Kimball, PhD

"The terrifying power of the opioid epidemic is one factor that has increased the need for treatment- and recovery-related services"...


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