Building Opioid Use Disorder and Overdose Support and Training (BOOST)


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Take Your E-QUAL Experience to the Next Level

ACEP’s E-QUAL team is excited to announce an opportunity to get support to level up care for patients with opioid use disorder (OUD) in your ED. E-QUAL BOOST takes collaboration and innovation a step farther, offering concierge service and access to experts who can help you and your colleagues improve care of patients with OUD by implementing evidence based practices. 

Program Benefits and Features

Individual Attention

BOOST members will receive:

  • One-on-one access to quality improvement experts with experience implementing OUD programs to improve care across a variety of settings

  • Tailored support from experienced physicians on how to develop and implement programs to initiate medications for OUD in the ED and link to ongoing care

  • An honorarium to support their focus on improving care in their ED.


Ongoing Engagement

Our monthly, recorded, collaborative calls focus on providing high quality care for patients with OUD while offering CME credit.

Technical Assistance

With E-QUAL BOOST, we provide personalized technical assistance to ensure your success and improvement throughout the emergency medicine community.

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E-QUAL BOOST Principal Investigators



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