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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 12h
Someone thought of great idea – post Google reviews on hosps & docs - x hosp refuses to treat pain patients, dr x no meds post op.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 17
The inhumanity of forced suffering among U.S. citizens will be recorded in history as "The Great Medical Tragedy of 2016.
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Harm Reduction International May 20
Health Canada approves injectable hydromorphone to treat addiction
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Katamac ⭐️🌟 16h
Article: “The pharmacist at her local Rite Aid pharmacy had berated her for her hx of prescriptions”. Why does it seems like so many MDs & Pharmacists talk to their customers any way they feel & get away w/ it? This absolutely MUST stop!
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 18
People with addiction disease will always find no matter what. If only pain patients had the same ability, unfortunately it's illegal.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 14
How did drug testing and pill counting reserved for addiction clinics get transferred over to non addiction pm clinics?
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 15
Are professionals out there really having a hard time with the concept of being in pain?
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NIHCM 1h
NEW INFOGRAPHIC! We used the latest CDC data to take a closer look at overdose deaths in 2017. One person in the United States died of an opioid overdose every 11.4 minutes. View the full infographic and citations here:
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 12
When describing pain avoid word chronic & be specific "my arthritis acts up every time i move my shoulders" My lupus joints...
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 24h
The actual number of addicted people per capita is the same today in the U.S., Canada and the UK as it was in 1920.
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American Pharma Outsourcing 2h
makers draw scrutiny from funds:
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Beth Connolly 2h
Western Pennsylvania counties are incentivizing healthcare practitioners to treat use disorder: physicians, nurse practitioners, licensed social workers, and more may qualify to receive student loan aid (via grant) when treating OUD.
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PQA 2m
PQA's newly endorsed quality performance measures for initial prescriptions are aligned with the prescribing guideline and include exclusions for patients in hospice care and those with cancer.
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Jillian Marie May 21
In the 🇺🇸, ~17,000 ppl die each yr from a prescription overdose while 50 million ppl suffer from (AKA 1/5 of the adult population). Says : “ patients have been abused. I believe that it’s genocide of ppl w/chronic pain.”
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 17
Tell your doctor they can treat you under the palliative exception of the CDC guidelines palliate is to relieve w/o curing.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 16
The existence of an "epidemic" is not supported by data. Increase in o/d deaths of 1/100,000 per year (CDC stats) very small.
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Stefan Kertesz May 17
A state policy of forced “taper to 0” has been dropped - this protective step was the collaborative result of many who took risks professionally and personally, just to speak up. But nothing would have happened without the first voices: patients.
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Elijah E. Cummings May 14
We must learn from the past to develop a strong approach for the future. Last week, & I introduced the CARE Act to provide long-term & stable funding for states & local communities to combat the crisis. It’s time for Congress to act.
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Ingentium 13h
Pain Management for Patients With Advanced in the Epidemic Era.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 19
The wildfire of fear of addiction masked as "preventing overdose deaths" is worsening w our trusted druggists refusing to fill.
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