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Claudia and Bev discuss PDMP's (Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs) and NarxCare with Atty. Jennifer Oliva.
"Professor Oliva’s research and teaching interests include health law and policy, privacy law, evidence, torts, and complex litigation. She has served as an invited peer reviewer for the American Journal of Public Health, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics, American Journal of Law & Medicine, Journal of Law and the Biosciences, and Big Data & Society and her scholarship has been published by or is forthcoming in, among other publications, the California Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Northwestern University Law Review, UCLA Law Review, North Carolina Law Review, Ohio State Law Journal, George Mason Law Review, and online companions to the University of Chicago Law Review and New York University Law Review."
Jenn is on the Science and Policy Advisory Council for NPAC (National Pain Advocacy Center)
Excerpts were played on this podcast that can be found in their entirety in the following links:
NPR show 1A - "Against the Pain: The Opioid Crisis and Medication Access"
"Patients, Privacy, and PDMP's" - Cato with Dr. Jeffrey Singer and Kate Nicholson
Duke Margolis - "Strategies for Promoting the Safe Use of Prescription Opioids"
NPR - "To End Addiction Epidemic" - Kolodny quote
Cover 2 Resources - Gary Mendell
Jennifer Oliva can be contacted on Twitter @jenndoliva
Learn more about Jennifer on her website at uchastings
Jennifer D. Oliva's paper: "Dosing Discrimination: Regulating PDMP Risk Scores"
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