Pre-Intervention Training - Recordings and References

Click on any of the numbered selections below to watch segments from the OklahomaMAT Wave 2 pre-intervention training held February 2, 2018 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Relevant resources discussed during each segment are linked as references under each applicable topic segment.

01 Introduction and overview of day

  • The timeline discussed in the presentation is no longer current; the grant was extended and project recruitment concluded in Fall 2019. Evaluation activities are concluding in the first quarter of 2020. 

02 Sample treatment agreement, screeners, and progress note

  • Reference 2-1: Please follow HERE to access an example patient treatment agreement.
  • Reference 2-2: Please follow HERE to access a sample progress note.
  • Reference 2-3: Please follow HERE to view example drug use screeners, and assessments of opiate withdrawal and readiness to change

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Consultant Intros

  • The project stopped taking new consulting requests at the end of February 2020. OklahomaMAT providers who want to access any of the physician consultants after February 29, 2020 should submit a request through SAMHSA’s Opioid Response Network and copy the OklahomaMAT mailbox (oklahomaMAT@air.org) . Details to facilitate your continued access to Drs. Yarborough, Subera, and Seale will be sent to OklahomaMAT providers in March 2020

03 Physician Consultants Introductions_Dr. Subera

04 Physician Consultants Introductions_Dr. Seale

05 Physician Consultants Introductions_Dr. Yarborough

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06 About the Rural Oklahoma MAT Expansion Grant

07 About the Training Model

08 Evaluation Activities_Overview and Timing

09 Consenting Patients into the Study

  • NOTE: For providers with a signed data use agreement, providers asked patients to consent to having their relevant medical records released to the evaluation team. Patients also were asked to consent to receiving a survey about their experiences receiving care for opioid use problems. 

10 Practice’s role in the evaluation; unique identifiers, medical records review, and data analysis

  • NOTE: Consent procedures were revised to permit consent forms to be sent to AIR via secure fax. 

11 Data Use Agreement

12 Training overview and ASAM’s National Practice Guideline

  • Reference 12-1: The 2015 guideline by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) addresses all the FDA-approved medications available to treat addiction involving opioid use and opioid overdose - methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone and naloxone - in a single document. It aims to help clinicians make evidence-based clinical decisions when prescribing pharmacotherapies to patients with opioid use disorder. Please also see here for the pending release of the updated 2020 guideline.

13 Training details (1 of 3)_Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine (FOAM) workshop

  • Reference 13-1: The ASAM Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine Workshop is now offered in an online format. OklahomaMAT participants who joined the program prior to May 1, 2019 may access this Workshop at no charge through April 30, 2020. This can be further extended by request to Mingo Grant, Professional Development Manager at mgrant@asam.org. The registration page for the online workshop, and a link to upcoming live workshops, is located HERE

14 Training details (2 of 3)_Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder course

  • Reference 14-1: The ASAM Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder course is offered in live (8 hours),  online (8 hours), and “blended” (4 hours live and 4 hours online) formats. OklahomaMAT participants who joined the program prior to May 1, 2019 and have not yet completed this waiver-qualifying training may access this training at no charge through April 30, 2020. This can be further extended by request to Mingo Grant, Professional Development Manager at mgrant@asam.org. The registration pages for the fully online training, upcoming “live” sessions, and live components of the blended course format are all accessed HERE

15 Training details (3 of 3)_Walkthrough of optional 40 hour CME program, including ECHO overview

  • Reference 15-1: Current details on ASAM’s Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine 40 hour CME program are available HERE.
  • Reference 15-2: OklahomaMAT participants who joined the program prior to May 1, 2019 may access any of the components of the 40 hour CME program at no charge through April 30, 2020. This can be further extended by request to Mingo Grant, Professional Development Manager at mgrant@asam.org.The Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine ECHO (FAME) telementoring opportunity will resume March 6, 2020 and will run through June 26, 2020. Registration can be accessed HERE.  

16 More on the ECHO Model

  • Reference 16-1: Watch a brief video about the ECHO model, HERE
  • Reference 16-2: Access information about upcoming ECHO opportunities through ASAM HERE and through Oklahoma State University HERE

17 Q&A with the Physician Consultant Panel (Part 1)

18 Q&A with the Physician Consultant Panel (Part 2)

19 Making Connections with Behavioral Health

  • Reference 19-1: Please follow HERE for more information about sample consent forms provided by Legal Action Center. To directly access sample consent forms for the release of confidential substance use disorder patient records, please click HERE.
  • Reference 19-2: Because the guidance periodically changes, the above links to the Legal Action Center resources should be consulted as practices establish forms for sharing treatment records with other entities. To access example patient consents to sharing treatment records that were provided at the training, please click below:
  • Reference 19-3: Please follow HERE for ODMHSAS-provided behavioral health resources including crisis services and ODMHSAS certified mental health providers, alcohol and drug treatment, community mental health centers, and gambling and eating disorder treatment.
  • Reference 19-4: Please follow HERE to access a link for the "2-1-1" website (in the bottom right corner), which provides a searchable database that providers can use to assis patients with a broad range of community resouces to further aid in their overall recovery process. You may also find links to the disaster hotline, gambling hotline, suicide prevention, tobacco helpline, and veterans crisis line in the same page.