Episode 5 explores how communities use collaboration and innovation as effective tools for responding to the current opioid crisis.
Episode 5 explores how communities use collaboration and innovation as effective tools for responding to the current opioid crisis. The episode features Lee Feldman, city manager, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Patrice Harris, MD, chairwoman of the American Medical Association Board of Directors, and Brent Fedors, county administrator, Gloucester County, Virginia.
For more tips and best practices on managing the opioid crisis, download the October 2016 issue of PM magazine.
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