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As required by the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA), the public has an opportunity to provide comments on the Draft Report on Pain Management Best Practices: Updates, Gaps, Inconsistencies, and Recommendations (Draft Report) during this 90 day public comment period.
The Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force developed the Draft Report which identified gaps or inconsistencies, and proposed updates to best practices and recommendations for pain management, including chronic and acute pain as required by CARA.
This draft report describes preliminary recommendations of the Task Force that will be finalized and submitted to Congress in 2019, following a 90-day public comment period.
How to Submit Your Comments:
Please click below to review the full details and instructions before submitting your response to the Task Force Report.
IMMEDIATE Action Needed NOW!
At its interim meeting in Maryland last week, the AMA House of Delegates adopted a series of resolutions that recognize the mistreatment of pain patients and call for restraint in implementing the CDC guideline – particularly as it applies to the agency’s maximum recommended dose of 90mg MME (morphine milligram equivalent units).
This CAN be AMAZING & life changing news, IF it gets into the hands of those who are limiting our doctor’s ability to prescribe opioid pain medication!
Please CLICK BELOW to find out what YOU can do to get this URGENT INFORMATION to your Representatives.
The Mainstream Media is finally reporting about what's really happening to MILLIONS of pain patients across our country!
Click HERE to read the latest groundbreaking coverage aabout the untreated pain crisis.
Please get involved NOW by completing the latest Calls to Action and Team Tasks.
Our collective efforts are making a HUGE difference no matter how big or small.
We need YOU to take the time to do whatever you can to be victorious in this fight for our LIVES.
CLICK BELOW TO COMPLETE THE LATEST TEAM TASKS.
Even though the recently passed opioid legislation is intended to help to the portion of our population that suffer from addiction, it also contains provisions that will negatively affect pain patients and doctors across the country.
WE MUST DEMAND THAT OUR REPRESENTATIVES IMPLEMENT A PAIN PATIENTS & PHYSICIANS PROTECTION POLICY AND BILL OF RIGHTS.
What can YOU do to help?
If you need help, please let us know & we'll be happy to provide the information you'll need!
It's best to call their local offices directly and request to schedule a meeting or telephone conference with their health care staffer, but if it's after hours or on a weekend, you can call the Congressional Switchboard & ask to be transferred to your State's Representatives.
THE CONGRESSIONAL SWITCHBOARD IS OPEN 24/7. Phone: (202) 224-3121
CLICK BELOW TO LOCATE & CONTACT YOUR STATE AND FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES DURING BUSINESS HOURS!
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