Learn more about ONE, the opioid misuse crisis and what we’re doing to help educate and prevent it.
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The ONE (Opioid and Naloxone Education) Program
an innovative approach to screen and educate patients
TIPS FROM THE ONE EXPERTS
We feel it’s important to participate in the ONE Program because it allows us to further increase patient safety around prescribed opioids.
Jamie Vander Vorste
Use a cheat sheet to help staff understand workflow, especially when first getting started.
There is never a perfect day to start something new. You just need to do it. Pick a day to start and be committed to the process.
Do not have patients complete the patient intake form at the drop off window as this can inhibit workflow. Have them take the form to the waiting area or other private area to complete and then return to pharmacy.