Recruit, train and mentor interdisciplinary teams of SUD/OUD clinical and social service providers who are trained, certified and willing to provide MAT, including evidence based behavioral therapy (i.e. CBT, community reinforcement approach), and FDA approved pharmacotherapy (buprenorphine, naltrexone, etc). This can include providing support for the required training of providers who are pursing DATA 2000 waivers for the prescription of buprenorphine containing products and intend to provide these medications to their patients.
EUP-ORC website created and maintained.
Number of website hits via analytics.
Medical Director in coordination with Project Director
100% of Consortium organizations have access to evidence-based approaches with a focus on case-based learning to help develop healthcare professionals’ confidence and familiarity with opioid and pain-related topics.
Number of providers who have registered with Project ECHO (SVSU Database).
6 trainings provided over the 3- year period. 25% Increase in number of primary care offices offering BHI services.
Number of people viewing the webinar provided by Zoom analytics. Number of primary care practices sites offering BHI to patients as reported by Consortium members
75% increase in the number of providers offering SUD/OUD treatment services.
Number of consortium member entities offering MAT and IBH baseline measurement.
6 Grand Rounds offered on addiction, treatment and recovery.
Number of Grand Rounds offered. Number of providers who attend Grand Rounds; number of CMEs provided to EUP providers.
In partnership with the Central Michigan University’s (CMU) PCTE-PA grant and/or MOC, EUP-ORC the Project Director and Medical Director
75% increase in the number certified practitioners with the Data 2000 DEA waiver in the EUP- ROC region. 75% increased access to MAT treatment services for persons with SUD/OUD.
Number waivered providers in the EUP-ORC region baseline measurement. Number of consortium member organizations offering MAT and IBH baseline measurement.
Medical and Program Director in partnership with Michigan Opioid Collaborative (MOC)
30 providers contacted, resulting in increased understanding of the critical role primary care plays in addressing SUD/OUD, stigma and prejudice and increased provider willingness to provide SUD/OUD treatment services. 75% increase in the number of prov
Number of primary care providers contacted. Number of consortium member entities offering MAT and IBH baseline measurement.