Strategies to support substance use disorder care transitions from acute-care to community-based settings: a scoping review and typology
Krawczyk Noa 1,7, Rivera Bianca D. 1, Chang Ji E. 2, Grivel Margaux 3, Chen Yu-Heng 4, Nagappala Suhas 5, Englander Honora 6, McNeely Jennifer 1
1 Department of Population Health NYU Grossman School of Medicine 10065 New York NY USA
2 Department of Public Health Policy and Management NYU School of Global Public Health 10003 New York NY USA
3 Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences NYU School of Global Public Health 10003 New York NY USA
4 https://ror.org/00kx1jb78 Department of Criminal Justice Temple University 19102 Philadelphia PA USA
5 https://ror.org/01an7q238 University of California Berkeley 94720 Berkeley CA USA
6 https://ror.org/009avj582 Department of Medicine Oregon Health & Science University 97239 Portland OR USA
7 Center for Opioid Epidemiology and Policy, Department of Population Health NYU Grossman School of Medicine 180 Madison Ave, Room 5-53 New York USA
Background Acute-care interventions that identify patients with substance use disorders (SUDs), initiate treatment, and link patients to community-based services, have proliferated in recent years. Yet, much is unknown about the specific strategies being used to support continuity of care from emergency department (ED) or inpatient hospital settings to community-based SUD treatment. In this scoping review, we synthesize the existing literature on patient transition...
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