The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidelines in 2016 to cut back prescriptions after years of liberal opioid dispensing contributed to addiction and overdose deaths. Those guidelines influenced more than doctors: State regulators, health insurers and even disability administrators have cited the federal guidelines to justify policies that limit pain pill prescriptions. Read More.
Pain Patients Left in Anguish by Doctors ‘Terrified’ of Opioid Addiction, Despite CDC Change – USA Today – June 24, 2019
Jun 24, 2019 | Recent News