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NIATx eNews Update

May 2009

NIATx announces new opportunity for opioid treatment providers

Funded by CSAT, The NIATx Opioid Treatment Provider Process Improvement Learning Collaborative will teach up to 30 opioid treatment providers the NIATx model of process improvement.

Learn more about the project and the application process.

Tom McLellan featured keynote at 2009 NIATx Summit/SAAS Conference

NIATx and SAAS are pleased to announce that Tom McLellan, Nominee for Deputy Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, will join us in Tucson for the 2009 NIATx Summit/SAAS Conference.

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Benchmarking for Organizational Excellence in Addiction Treatment Initiative

The State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS), Behavioral Pathway Systems (BPS), and NIATx have partnered to establish a groundbreaking national benchmarking initiative designed to illuminate and impact the delivery of addiction treatment services throughout the United States.
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Teaching NIATx as an Evidence-based Process

This paper, first published in the Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, draws on experience from NIATx and offers methods and concepts to consider in the teaching of core process improvement tools and techniques.

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Business Case Story - ALPHA Counseling Center

This Change Project aimed to increase admissions for clients referred by the Kershaw County Summary Court for treatment of Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV).

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Upcoming Events & Presentations

June 11-12, 2009 NIATx Community of Commitment - Building the Business Case
July 29-August 1, 2009 SAAS National Conference/NIATx Annual Summit
September 15-16, 2009 NIATx Change Leader Academy

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