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Eighty-one percent of primary care physicians surveyed recently said they are reluctant to take on patients who are currently on opioids, according findings released this month by Quest Diagnostics Inc.
The Secaucus, New York-based drug testing company surveyed 500 doctors in July and August 2019 for its Health Trends report on drug misuse in the United States, released this month. It found that in addition to wariness surrounding chronic pain patients, 83% of those surveyed said it is “considerably harder” to treat such patients.
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The National Safety Council has launched a toolkit to help employers address the opioid crisis, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.