American Society of Addiction Medicine
The Voice of Addiction Medicine
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Audio synced slide presentations from Austin will be available May 30th
Learn how this computer-guided and structured interview can revolutionize patient assessment and care.
Ms. O'Brien's documentary on prescription drug addiction recognized for improving the public's understanding of addiction, recovery, and addiction medicine.
Dr. Mark S. Gold wins the prestigious McGovern Award for his contributions which have increased our understanding of the relationship between addiction and society.
Physicians and leaders in the field of addiction medicine were honored at the ASAM Annual Awards Luncheon at The ASAM 46th Annual Conference in Austin, TX.
ASAM as part of its membership with the Parity Implementation Coalition, announced its thanks to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for releasing a proposed rule that applies the Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) to Medicaid Managed Care plans, Alternative Benefit Plans and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
On, Wednesday, April 29, your help is needed to support federal legislation that reduces criminalization of addiction and improves prevention, treatment and recovery services
2015 marks the Ruth Fox Memorial Endowment’s 25th Anniversary, and now more than ever it is important to ensure the longevity of the fund. The endowment is the foundation for ASAM to expand its voice as the expert resource for addiction medicine. Consider making a generous donation today!
July 30 - August 1, 2015 - The essential primer for physicians preparing to take the ABAM Certification/Re-certification Exam as well as physicians interested in learning more about addiction medicine.
An 8 hour online DEA waiver training course.
A 4 hour online course that covers all SBIRT skills with simulated cases.
Our nationwide directory of addiction medicine professionals.
Most teenagers who abuse prescription drugs are given them for free by a friend or relative.
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