Physicians to use pain data to improve Opioid Risk Tool

05/29/2013 | Clinical Psychiatry News

Data on more than 13,000 patients treated at Michigan Pain Consultants in Grand Rapids will be used to improve the accuracy of the Opioid Risk Tool in predicting which patients are most likely to abuse the medications. The data indicate a self-reported history of factors such as sexual abuse, anger or control issues, marital status and education can be used to help assess risks of misuse.

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