MOP Reports

 

A Qualitative Evaluation of Advances in Emergency Department Opioid Use Disorder Care in Michigan 2020-2021

A Qualitative Evaluation of Advances in Emergency Department Opioid Use Disorder Care in Michigan 2020-2021

Impact Report 2018-2020

Since 2017, The MOP has helped…

– support hospitals statewide with MOUD programs in their emergency departments and provide advanced practice providers with X waiver training to prescribe buprenorphine

 

– expand jail-based MOUD programs and telehealth capacity

 

– expand harm reduction and post overdose rapid response efforts

 

– contribute to a collective culture change throughout the state

 

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Impact Report 2018-2020

Advances in Michigan's ED MOUD Initiative

Policy and Implementation Learnings Moving the Initiative Forward in 2023


On October 7th, 2022, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Michigan Health & Hospital Association Keystone Center, Vital Strategies, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health hosted an hour-long webinar to discuss ED MOUD activities in Michigan. Watch the recording to learn about:

 

– Senate Bill 0597, which requires all Michigan emergency departments to implement an ED MOUD program who do not otherwise opt-out.

 

– Advances in emergency department opioid use disorder care in Michigan from our recently published evaluation report.

 

– The Community Foundation’s ED MOUD Fall 2022 grant opportunity and technical assistance program.

 

Advances in Michigan's ED MOUD Initiative

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Marissa Natzke

Project Manager, Health Initiatives, Michigan Opioid Partnership