A new plan to address chronic pain has garnered overwhelming support from patient advocates. The National Pain Strategy – developed by six federal agencies and 80 experts from across the medical, advocacy and scientific communities – is “the federal government’s first coordinated…roadmap to…effective, safe, high-quality, evidence-based pain care.”
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Insurance Red Tape Keeps Patients in Pain
A grandmother in need of a hip replacement, an all-American high school swimmer with a bad shoulder and a 40-year-old construction worker with nerve pain in his elbow.