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Journal Club - Emergency Department Initiated Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder

Downeast Emergency Medicine

Rosenberg and colleagues took a qualitative approach when investigating barriers and facilitators to successful implementation of ED-initiated buprenorphine programs in critical access hospital EDs across Maine. Download article summaries D’ONOFRIO ET AL. ROSENBERG ET AL.

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ED Boarding

ACEP Now

Funds could be used to hire additional physicians or advanced practice clinicians to augment clinical gaps, or to provide leadership. Accessed July 13, 2023. Alternatively, funding could be deployed to provide resources to internal hospital teams to address remediable flow issues. CMS website. link] Published August 13, 2021.

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2023 ACEP Elections Preview: Meet the President-Elect and Council Officer Candidates

ACEP Now

Colleagues at the University of Mississippi Medical Center have developed a robust telehealth network with over 25 critical access hospitals in that state. One of the major areas of focus must be on the distribution of emergency physicians with opportunities within residency to have substantive rural and critical access experience.

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ACEP Council Tackles Key Issues During Philadelphia Meeting

ACEP Now

In addition to 7 commendation resolutions and 12 memorial resolutions, the following non-bylaws resolutions were adopted: 19- Scientific Assembly Vendor Transparency (as amended) 20- Emergency Medicine Research Mentorship Network (as substituted) 21- Mitigation of Competition for Procedures Between Emergency Medicine Resident Physicians and Other Learners (..)