Consensus Standards Reached on 11 Evidence-Based Practices for Substance Abuse Conditions
The National Quality Forum used its consensus development process to identify evidence-based practices to treat substance use conditions that should receive high priority for widespread implementation.
The National Quality Forum is a Washington-based not-for-profit membership organization created to develop and implement a national strategy for health care quality measurement and reporting.
- The National Quality Forum produced a report, National Voluntary Consensus Standards for the Treatment of Substance Use Conditions: Evidence-Based Treatment Practices.
- The report contains voluntary consensus standards on 11 evidence-based practices that fall into four broad categories:
- Identification of Substance Use Conditions
- Initiation and Engagement in Treatment
- Therapeutic Interventions to Treat Substance Use Illness
- Continuing Care Management of Substance Use Illness
- The Use of Evidence-Based Standards for Addiction Treatment November 4, 2011
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