The goal of the Hospital Opioid Treatment and Response (HOTR) Learning Collaborative was to facilitate peer-to-peer learning and support hospitals in moving toward initiation of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD), naloxone prescribing/distribution, and/or linkage to community-based addiction treatment from emergency department and inpatient hospital settings. This project evaluation report lays out the key findings and recommendations from the learning collaborative project.
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