This webinar was held on March 24, 2022.
Since 2018, the federal government has granted more than $5 billion in State Opioid Response (SOR) funds aimed at supporting evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery of opioid use disorder (OUD). The most successful state initiatives have focused on driving healthcare delivery system changes designed to increase timely, consistent, high-quality access to treatment and support services, including the use of medication assisted treatment (MAT). During this webinar, speakers showcased best-in-class efforts by states like California, Delaware, and Illinois to leverage SOR funding and achieve measurable, system-wide improvement in OUD treatment and outcomes.
- Understand why a focused approach to the use of SOR funding is needed to drive delivery system transformation and measurable improvement in OUD treatment outcomes
- Learn how California and Illinois are utilizing a “learning collaborative model” to increase the use of MAT among incarcerated individuals
- Understand Delaware’s statewide approach to SOR and how building a synergistic and informed provider network is a central strategy
- Learn how to replicate successful SOR models, with the ultimate goals of increasing access to timely, consistent care
Marsha Johnson, Managing Principal, HMA, Philadelphia, PA
Bren Manaugh, Principal, HMA, Austin, TX
Kathleen Monahan, Project Director, State Opioid Response, Illinois
Brent Waninger, Chief, Workforce Development and Education, Project Coordinator, State Opioid Response, Delaware