December 23, 2016
(The Washington Post) – How can a doctor know when opioids are right and when they’re wrong? The CDC issued new guidelines this year. But there are other players in this game: private insurance companies, Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Affairs and so on. That’s the reimbursement system, and it’s skewed toward pills.
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