Those suffering from America’s opioid crisis recently received two major messages of hope.
On Oct. 24, President Donald Trump signed the Opioid Crisis Response Act (OCRA) into law. Dozens of bills designed to address the diverse aspects of the opioid crisis were consolidated into one strategic and integrated approach.
OCRA received overwhelming bi-partisan support in both Chambers.
HR6, which is now Public Law 115-2716, broke new ground in being the first legislation to mandate aggressive development and adoption of alternative pain treatments that include “innovative medical technologies for pain management.”
On Oct. 11, Congress held its first ever briefing on ending opioid use through “innovative medical technologies for pain management.”
Photobiomodulation (PBM) was the featured technology.
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