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September 21, 2016

Dr. Neven featured in The Spokesman-Review

Dr. Darin Neven was featured in The Spokesman-Review's "Suboxone use in the ER rate, but could help opiate addicts begin...
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September 10, 2016

A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Citywide Emergency Department Care Coordination Program to Reduce Prescription Opioid Related Emergency Department Visits.

Increasing prescription overdose deaths have demonstrated the need for safer emergency department (ED) prescribing practices for patients who are frequent ED users
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August 17, 2014

Cost-Effective: Emergency Department Care Coordination With a Regional Hospital Information System

Frequent and unnecessary utilization of the emergency department (ED) is often a sign of serious latent patient issues, and the associated costs are shared by many. Helping these patients get the care they need in the appropriate setting is difficult given their complexity, and their tendency to visit multiple EDs. 
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August 20, 2013

Dr. Neven featured in Center for Justice’s “Partners for Health” Blog

Dr. Darin Neven and Barry Pfundt were featured in the Center for Justice's "Partners for Health" blog, highlighting the Spokane...
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March 3, 2013

Effectiveness of Case Management Strategies in Reducing Emergency Department Visits in Frequent User Patient Populations: A Systematic Review

Case management (CM) is a commonly cited intervention aimed at reducing Emergency Department (ED) utilization by "frequent users," a group of patients that utilize the ED at disproportionately high rates. Studies have investigated the impact of CM on a variety of outcomes in this patient population.
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January 22, 2012

Dr. Neven weighs in on Washington’s Law Prescription Drug Abuse

Dr. Darin Neven was featured in the Spokesman-Review's "Prescription drug abuse, deaths target of new Washington Law", highlighting the on-going...
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