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NAATP Launches Next Phase of Outcomes Research with National Experts

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NAATP launched its Outcomes and Measures Program (The OMP) this week through the convening of a National Advisory Board of addiction treatment, research, and policy experts. NAATP assembled the team to advise the National Association in the identification of next steps in the area of addiction treatment outcomes and measures work, as a follow-up to the Outcomes Pilot Program (The OPP) that laid the ground work and produced the Addiction Treatment Outcomes Measurement Toolkit and Final Report released earlier this year.

The OMP objectives are to identify and produce both research and practical tools to improve treatment operation and quality through the study and implementation of proximal and distal measures, strategies for continuous quality improvement, and enhanced outcomes. Participants in the OMP Advisory Committee, pictured below, include representatives from the continuum of care, research, policy, and technology.    


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