A nudge in the right direction

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Lowering the default amount of opioid pills in EMRs may reduce prescribing in midst of an opioid crisis, new study finds A new study published in JAMA Surgery has found lowering the default amount of opioid pills prescribed to patients in a system’s electronic medical record (EMR) was associated with a decrease in the amount

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