Ohio hospitals are at the forefront of collaborations addressing issues of prescribing patterns, partnering with local resources and agencies and promoting the best and most comprehensive treatment available for the estimated 110,000 Ohioans currently suffering with an addiction to opioids. OHA in 2017 launched the Opioid Response Initiative. Leveraging the association’s data on Ohio hospital encounters, OHA analysts pinpointed communities and hospitals disproportionately affected by the opioid epidemic.
Thanks to support from the Cardinal Health Foundation and Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation, we are leading several projects to support hospitals and communities in fighting the opioid crisis.
OHA and Cardinal Health have partnered to provide resources to help advance community solutions to address the state's opioid crisis. Click here to learn more.
OHA and Cardinal Health have partnered to provide online resources to help advance clinical solutions to address the state's opioid crisis. Click here to learn more.
OHA launched this interactive dashboard in 2018 with downloadable files to provide state, regional and county-level data on opioid overdose encounters at Ohio hospitals. Access information by clicking here.
The OHA Opioid Data Collaborative's purpose is to organize data sharing projects between and among member hospitals for various public health initiatives.
OHA is expanding continuing education for opioid prescribers at Ohio hospitals. We are proud to join the Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation which awarded OHA a grant to offer training for prescribers.