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Merging Outpatient Addiction and Opioid Maintenance Programs During a Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Sandy

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This article describes research on the process and effects of merging, after Hurricane Sandy, of substance use disorder treatment programs in New York City to ensure continuity of care. Investigators interviewed healthcare practitioners in the programs to understand challenges and measures they took that proved successful in terms of patient retention and both patient and staff health and well-being following the hurricane.
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Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness