HHS Report on Pain Management Finalized

Report on Pain Management Best Practices: Updates, Gaps, Inconsistencies, and Recommendations May 30, 2019

Below is a link to the final version of the draft report:

The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) required the Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force to develop the

Report on Pain Management Best Practices:
Updates, Gaps, Inconsistencies, and Recommendations,

which identified gaps or inconsistencies, and proposed updates to best practices and recommendations for pain management, including chronic and acute pain.

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1 thought on “HHS Report on Pain Management Finalized

  1. peter jasz

    Too funny:
    (RE: ” ….a link to the final version of the draft report: The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) required the Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force to develop the Report on Pain Management Best Practices: Updates,” )

    Best Practices ? (Lol)

    1) Pain: Seek cause/pathology. Provide pharmacology relief before, during and after (if required/necessary) -as has been logically done for hundreds/thousands of years.

    2) Addiction: A matter of genetic-composition; provide unfortunate “carrier” that which they (pathologically) require. Earnestly explore to find corrective medical science technique to ‘correct.
    Until such time, understand the carrier/victim (of addictive ‘genes’ that for which they’ve been unwittingly burdened with.

    # Recovery: It will be difficult if not near impossible to “recover” from separating the incessant government/media BS (filthy, desperate lies) from consciousness.

    Just listen (re-read, the following:
    ” …a link to the final version of the draft report: The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) required the Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force to develop the Report on Pain Management Best Practices: Updates,”

    * “Draft, “Final version”, “Report”,
    * “Addiction/Recovery Act” (Comprehensive -no less !),
    * “Best Practices, “Inter-Agency”

    Big WORDS, Big Talk, Bigger BS, Postulating, Rhetoric of the highest, most disturbing calibre.

    Have we (society) NOT been been flooded/deeply concerned with such realities 10, 20 and 50 years ago ?.Has the government just awakened from a 50-year coma/nap ( to engage and bewilder us with an “Inter-Agency, Best Practices Final Draft Report”) ?
    The only thing impressive with that is the monumental waste of time, ink and money in attempting to gauge the reader’s sensibility, patience and intelligence.

    It’s time to call it, and call it out for what it is, taking the necessary steps to end such offensive, corrupt and damaging politico-rhetoric.

    pj

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