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Is your organization ready for medication-assisted treatment? Use this NIATx tool to find out.
06/02/2017 -

The Buprenorphine Readiness Assessment Tool, part of the NIATx Buprenorphine Implementation Toolkit, offers organizations a way to assess their readiness for medication-assisted treatment (MAT). 

Project Red: A checklist for improving transitions
06/02/2017 -

Looking for a simple tool to improve transitions between levels of care?  

Ask an Expert: Help! How do I start my change project?
06/02/2017 -

“It’s easy for change leaders to feel uncertain about where to begin, especially if they are new to NIATx or if they feel that they need to improve everything in their organization at once.".

NIATx Change Leaders in Training Share Walk-through Surprises
05/03/2017 -

More than 20 addiction treatment and recovery services professionals met in Madison for two days of skill building on April 25 and 26 at the NIATx Change Leader Academy (CLA) Spring 2017. 

NIATx Principle #3: Pick a Powerful Change Leader
05/03/2017 -

The NIATx model for process improvement centers on five essential principles that emerged from a research study of improvement projects in various industries. 

In Memoriam: Carol Sherbeck
05/03/2017 -

Carol Sherbeck, NIATx project manager, died on April 12, 2017, after a tenacious four-and-half-year battle with cancer. 

Featured NIATx Promising Practice: Eliminate Excessive Paperwork
03/15/2017 -

Even in our increasingly digital world, paperwork continues to create a barrier to accessing many kinds of services. 

Research: Teaching and learning styles in quality improvement collaboratives
03/15/2017 -

NIATx 200, a randomized controlled trial involving 200 addiction treatment organizations in five states, examined the effectiveness of different components of the NIATx process improvement model

NIATx Change Project Improves Transition to Continuing Care
03/15/2017 - WomanSpace Philadelphia

WomanSpace Philadelphia is a residential treatment program for dually-diagnosed, chronically homeless women.