Racial/ethnic Disparities in Access to Buprenorphine Among Medicare Disability Beneficiaries

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Abstract: Background/Objectives: With disproportionately high rates of opioid overdose mortality and opioid use disorder (OUD), Medicare beneficiaries with disabilities are an important population to engage in treatment. This study examined racial/ethnic disparities in buprenorphine initiation after a new OUD diagnosis in this priority population. Methods: This longitudinal, retrospective cohort s...

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