Deadline: 5/02/2019
Amount: $400,000-$7.1 m/year
The purpose of this program is to support high-quality, comprehensive, and timely data on opioid prescribing, morbidity, and mortality, and to use that data to inform prevention. The program intends to ensure that all award recipients are well-equipped to do rigorous work within both components of surveillance and prevention, and to ensure that these two components are linked and implemented as part of dynamic systems. The purpose of getting more comprehensive and faster surveillance data is to generate insight for action and drive prevention and response activities.