Clinician Resources for Prescribing Medications for Opioid Use Disorder
- ASAM: Buprenorphine 1- hour Mini-Course
- ASAM: Guidelines on Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder
- Providers Clinical Support System: Request a mentor or ask a clinical question on treating substance use disorders: Mentoring
- Michigan Safer Opioid Prescribing Toolkit
- SAMHSA: Buprenorphine Quick-Start Guide
b. “How to Talk About Safe Injection Practice with Your Patients” video from Jefferson Health
d. “Harm Reduction Supplies Order Set Resource” from CA Bridge
e. In some states, it is legal for clinicians to prescribe safer injection supplies such as syringes. You can check the status of your state laws here LawAtlas.org or Harm Reduction Syringe Access Landscape. If legal in your state, consider using the following ICD 10 codes. “Prescribing sterile injection supplies ICD 10 codes” - “Z20.6 – contact with and (suspected) exposure to HIV”, “Z77.21 – contact with and (suspected) exposure to potentially hazardous body fluids”.
f. Weimer, Melissa B., et al. "The need for multidisciplinary hospital teams for injection drug use-related infective endocarditis." Journal of Addiction Medicine (2022).