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MACS

Maryland Addiction Consultation Service (MACS)

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MACS provides support to prescribers and their practices, pharmacists, and healthcare teams in addressing the needs of patients with substance use disorders and chronic pain management.


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For clinical questions, resources, and referral information

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Training opportunities and events

Figures at table in front of tele screen MACS TeleECHO Clinics
Real-time, online learning sessions with expert specialist teams

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Implement or expand office-based services for substance use disorders

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Offering support to maternal health providers in addressing the needs of their pregnant and postpartum patients with substance use disorders

Upcoming Events & Trainings

TeleECHO Learning Communities

6 Jul
OTP TeleECHO: Methadone dosing and patient safety 12:30 pm | Series of interactive virtual CME & CEU learning sessions

Join us every 1st Wednesday of the month from 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm for presentations and discussions specially designed for providers in an OTP setting with Drs. Devang Gandhi and Aaron Greenblatt.

12 Jul
Maternal Health TeleECHO: Alcohol and Pregnancy 8 am | Series of interactive virtual CME & CEU learning sessions

Join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 8:00 am to 9:00 am for didactic presentations and discussions designed for providers in maternal health settings with Drs. Katrina MarkLorraine Milio, and Christopher Welsh.

20 Jul
Primary Care TeleECHO: Management of OUD: Role of Opioid Antagonists 12:30 pm | Series of interactive virtual CME & CEU learning sessions

Join us every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm for presentations and discussions with Drs. Christopher Welsh, Devang Gandhi, Michael Fingerhood, and Bethany Dipaula, PharmD.

The Maryland Addiction Consultation Service is administered by the University of Maryland School of Medicine and funded by the Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration.