Many surgery patients get opioid prescriptions, but many don’t need to, study suggests.

“Surgeons can ease their patients’ pain from common operations without prescribing opioids, and avoid the possibility of starting someone on a path to long-term use, a pair of new studies suggests.”

Check out this latest article from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, featuring new papers from some of our Co-Directors, and sharing our new Acute Care Opioid Prescribing guide.

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