Responding to COVID-19 by adapting MAT services in outpatient settings

As medications for addiction treatment (MAT) have become increasingly essential tools for reducing overdose deaths, primary care providers have begun prescribing MAT in outpatient settings. Beginning in February 2020, the Camden Coalition has held biweekly office hours for MAT providers and partners in New Jersey so they can learn from each other on topics such as federal and state policy changes during the pandemic, updates regarding community resources, and referral pathways between different levels of services. 

In partnership with the Better Care Playbook, the Camden Coalition has published a blog post and Better Care Play synthesizing lessons from these conversations:

Read in the Better Care Playbook

Compensating consumers and considerations for public benefit recipients
In this memo, Jeremy Spiegel, Esq. and Ashley Maddison, Esq. of the Rutgers Law School/Camden Coalition Medical-Legal Partnership and Evelyne Kane,…
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Lessons from the Camden Coalition care team efforts to improve Healthy Days data collection
This brief examines the hurdles our care teams faced in their attempts to collect patient-reported data through the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC)…
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Brief: Student homelessness in Camden City School District
This brief, a collaboration between the Camden City School District (CCSD), Nemours Children’s Health System, and the Camden Coalition, used our integrated data to show…
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Guide: Talking to patients about the COVID-19 vaccines
This guide offers practical strategies for healthcare professionals who may encounter questions or concerns from clients/patients regarding the COVID-19 vaccines.
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Exploring consumer engagement experiences: A research project co-led by the National Consumer Scholars
Consumer engagement is becoming a popular concept in healthcare, with organizations increasingly understanding the value in working closely with those they serve in order to…
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Resilient communities through teamwork and health justice: The Camden Coalition’s 2020 annual report
Our main takeaway from the January 2020 release of the results of the randomized controlled trial that investigated…
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