ORO in the ED


Worried about opioids? Lets talk options.

The Opioid Reduction Options (ORO) in the Emergency Department (ED) programs helps doctors, nurses, pharmacists and care team members treat people’s pain while reducing the risk of opioid addiction.

In order to reduce the percent of patients discharged from the ED with opioid prescriptions to less than 12 percent, patients are needed as partners to make this change happen. The following are resources to help explain the ORO program and promote the use of alternative options to patients across the state.

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Worried about opioids?

Worried about opioids? Lets talk options. Le preocupan los opioides? Hablemos sobre las opciones que tiene.
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ORO: You Have Options for Pain Management

ORO in the ED is made possible in conjunction with the New Jersey Department of Health, the New Jersey Department of Human Services and St. Joseph’s Health.