Organizing Publicly Funded Substance Use Disorder Treatment in the United States: Moving Toward a Service System Approach.

Abstract

Historically, publicly funded substance use disorder (SUD) treatment services in the United States have been disorganized and inefficient. By reconfiguring and linking services to create systems of care-services, structures, and processes that are purposively interconnected to treat SUD systematically-health systems can transform discrete service components… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsat.2016.06.010

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@article{Padwa2016OrganizingPF, title={Organizing Publicly Funded Substance Use Disorder Treatment in the United States: Moving Toward a Service System Approach.}, author={Howard Padwa and Darren I Urada and Patrick Gauthier and Traci R. Rieckmann and Brian W Hurley and Desir{\'e}e Cr{\`e}vecouer-MacPhail and Richard A Rawson}, journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment}, year={2016}, volume={69}, pages={9-18} }