Implementing Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in Rural Primary Care: Environmental Scan Volume 2 Tools and Resources

Resource summary

A variety of tools and resources are available for providers and patients who offer or use medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services. As part of this environmental scan, a list of tools has been assembled for use in the implementation of MAT. Although the tools were not all created specifically for rural primary care practices, they are potentially useful in those and other settings. The tools and resources found by this environmental scan are listed and described in the tables that follow. They come from a variety of public and private sources. For example, many government entities, such as the Office of the Surgeon General, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Department of Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Service (IHS), and Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, have created a number of useful tools related to opioid use disorder (OUD) and MAT.

Audience
Care Managers
Executives
Nurses
Operations
Practice Manager
Primary Care Provider (Physician, ARNP, or PA)
Psychologist/Mental Health/Psychiatrists
Quality Improvement Managers
Regional Connectors
Social Workers
Practice Type
Behavioral Health
Primary Care
Resource type
Tools
Authors
Garrett E. Moran Caroline M. Snyder Rebecca F. Noftsinger Joshua K. Noda
Publication date
Sponsoring organization
AHRQ