Governor Wolf’s administration continued its fight against the opioid epidemic by unveiling a unique partnership with the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health and the Aetna Foundation to build on the Opioid Data Dashboard, incorporating data and public health modeling.
The Wolf Administration announced synthetic fentanyl-related substances will now be classified as Schedule I drugs, making them illegal substances.
Wolf Administration officials launched the PA Overdose Information Network, a centralized repository to track overdoses, naloxone administrations, and investigative drug information that may be used by police, public safety, and healthcare professionals.
Wolf Administration Continues to Address Opioid Crisis, Unveils Opioid Data Dashboard to Provide Data to PublicMarch 14, 2018
Governor Wolf continued his administration’s fight against the opioid epidemic by unveiling an opioid data dashboard that provides Pennsylvanians battling the epidemic with an innovative new tool to help focus resources locally.
On Thursday, March 1, Governor Wolf continued his fight against the opioid epidemic, when he announced an initiative to remove barriers for people receiving medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder.