Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – September 2 Week

1. New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies: Cybersecurity Investments Needed to Protect Healthcare Industry, Patients

While the healthcare industry is expected to spend $65 billion from 2017 to 2021 on cybersecurity products, many hospitals will continue to be at risk of cyberattacks, which will cause damages that could cost as much as $6 trillion by next year. (insidernj.com)    

2. Telemedicine and addiction recovery: A new way forward?

As the Covid-19 crisis puts pressure on outpatient providers to facilitate remote care, some addiction professionals have set aside their skepticism and opened digital care channels. (medcitynews.com)    

3. Cocaine Addiction in the United States: An Industry Overview 2016-2025

The report provides comprehensive insights into Cocaine Addiction pipeline products, Cocaine Addiction Epidemiology, Cocaine Addiction market valuations and forecast, Cocaine Addiction drugs sales, and competitive landscape in the US. (wfmz.com)    

4. As addiction rises in the region, some say isolation and anxiety feeding problem

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of life for many, and for those dealing with addiction, it has even slowed the option of getting help when an addict realizes that his life is being ruined by alcohol or drug use. (myjournalcourier.com)    

5. Even with a license to prescribe a popular addiction treatment drug, many doctors aren’t giving it to their patients

Buprenorphine has been marketed as more accessible than methadone, another opioid-based addiction medicine that long has been dispensed only through federally licensed treatment centers. (bangordailynews.com)

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