NAATP Outcomes Pilot Project Nearing Completion
Research Team Set to Report to National Audience at NAATP National 2018
NAATP is pleased to announce that its landmark three-year Outcomes Pilot Project (The OPP) is nearing completion as the data is in and the research team begins the critical analysis process. The end-product of the OPP will be a Treatment Center Outcomes Measurement Toolkit that will be distributed this year to NAATP members so that they may implement their own valid outcomes programs.
Begun in 2015, the OPP is the first of its kind, IRB and NIH authorized study of patient outcomes from eight combined treatment programs. The work has resulted in the validation of a reliable and normed collection instrument. The work far surpasses previous industry studies.
The OPP Research Team met at NAATP national headquarters in Denver this week to review the completed project protocols, data, and Toolkit construction. The team, led by Omni Senior Researcher Holen Hirsch, Ph.D., is excited to present the information and Toolkit preliminaries at NAATP National 2018, the 40 Annual National Addiction Leadership Conference, May 20-22, 2018 in Denver, CO. Don't miss this general session about the Outcomes Pilot Project on Monday, May 20th at 11:00am.