Becoming waivered

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Created by SAMHSA and CSAT, this website provides information about buprenorphine, including resources, the waivering process, DATA 2000, and the latest news.
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The California Society of Addiction Medicine (CSAM) website provides information and materials for buprenorphine treatment providers, including screening tools and sample consent and patient agreement forms, and provides links to other helpful resources.
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California Society of Addiction Medicine (CSAM)
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PCSS-MAT is a free mentoring service funded by SAMHSA and coordinated by ASAM. The PCSS-MAT can match you with a physician mentor from your local area with whom you can discuss practice and treatment issues with him/her. NOTE: was previously known as PCSS-B for buprenorphine
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Physician Clinical Support System (PCSS)
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This book presents an historical overview of heroin use in the USA, as well as articles by experts in the field which focus on current developments and emerging trends in prevention, treatment, distribution and consumption. Filling a void in the literature on what is known about the `new' heroin users, this volume also updates the reader on the status of aging heroin-addicted populations who initiated use of the drug prior to the `age of cocaine'.
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SAGE Publications
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This clinical guidance provides information about the requirements for storing, dispensing, and maintaining records for physicians who provide office-based opioid treatment.
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Physician Clinical Support System (PCSS)
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Information from the CSAT Buprenorphine Information Center on the criteria required to receive waiver under DATA 2000.
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CSAT Buprenorphine Information Center
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This document discusses the logistics of successful buprenorphine induction, offering insight into clinical questions that should be addressed, the goal of induction, general principles, and recommendations based on low and high levels of evidence. Recommendations are included for both in-office and at-home inductions.
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Physician Clinical Support System (PCSS)
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