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RTI In The Media

Patients 4 times more likely to see out-of-network behavioral providers than medical providers

April 17, 2024 - Becker's Behavioral Health
RTI In The Media

San Francisco projected to reach highest overdose death toll in 2023

November 17, 2023 - KQED
Announcement

Prevention Science supplemental issue reflects research collaborative’s commitment to developing and testing interventions to prevent opioid misuse

November 09, 2023
Expert

Sabina Gandhi

News Release

Early Check genome sequencing study reaches milestone of over 1,000 newborns screened in North Carolina

February 26, 2024
RTI In The Media

On the streets, opioids sometimes more potent than fentanyl: nitazenes

December 10, 2023 - Washington Post
RTI In The Media

Revvity to provide genome sequencing for North Carolina newborn screening study under deal with RTI

April 25, 2024 - GenomeWeb
RTI In The Media

A post-mortem on Oregon’s drug decriminalization efforts

May 29, 2024 - On Point (WBUR)
Announcement

RTI Report Shows Medicaid ACOs, Investments in Behavioral Health Integration Impact Utilization and Expenditures

April 08, 2019
RTI In The Media

Mental health coverage parity remains out of reach, survey says

April 17, 2024 - Bloomberg Law
Expert

Heather Beil

RTI In The Media

Female, chronically ill patients more likely to use telehealth

March 26, 2024 - mHealthIntelligence
RTI In The Media

How Oregon became a linchpin for the country’s drug policies

February 05, 2024 - New York Times
RTI In The Media

Holly Peay, PhD, on keeping patient preference in focus

May 04, 2024 - CGTLive
RTI In The Media

Report: Patients less likely to get behavioral health covered by insurance than other needs

April 17, 2024 - Maryland Matters
Expert

Stephanie M. Kissam

RTI In The Media

Are edibles safer than smoking?

January 29, 2024 - New York Times
Impact

Tracking the Impact of State Innovation Models

September 01, 2016
RTI In The Media

Durham resident faces last hurdle in lead paint battle

February 20, 2024 - NC Health News
RTI In The Media

Fueled by fentanyl, drug overdose deaths have quadrupled in past 2 decades

March 27, 2024 - USA Today