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Tools and Resources for Health Care Providers

Tools and Resources for Health Care Providers

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Medical Education Materials for Primary Care

CASAColumbia developed medical education materials to assist practitioners in addressing addiction and risky use involving nicotine, alcohol and other drugs. The materials contain practical, evidence-based information for screening, diagnosis, brief interventions, assessment and treatment. Developed by CASAColumbia, they are for use by medical students, primary care resident physicians and primary care physicians and are. These materials are appropriate for classroom sessions or self-directed learning.

Overview of addiction medicine for primary care providers tools

These materials provide an overview of the major elements required for effectively addressing addiction and risky use of addictive substances within the primary care setting.

  • Slide set for download (PDF)
  • Supplement (slide-by-slide background information, case studies and references) for download (PDF)
  • Handout (1-page): clinical management algorithm for download (PDF)
  • Handout (1-page): printable version of billing and reimbursement codes for download (PDF)

Overview of brief intervention for risky substance use in primary care

These materials provide an overview of the major elements required for delivering a brief intervention for risky use within the primary care setting.

Overview of medications to treat addiction in primary care

These materials provide information on prescribing details for FDA-approved medications used to treat addiction in primary care.

  • Slide set for download (PDF)
  • Quick reference (2-page): FDA-approved medications for download (PDF)

Critical Prevention and Treatment Services  

A list of the critical addiction services proven by research to effectively prevent risky substance use and treat and manage addiction.

ASAM Standards of Care

The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) has developed treatment standards for physicians who manage or oversee the care of patients with addiction. Download the document.

Health care provider tools in develoment Related Material

16% (40 million) of the U.S. population age 12 and older meet clinical criteria for addiction involving nicotine, alcohol or other drugs.

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