Building Bridges Between Jail and Community-Based Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: Data Collection, Performance, Outcomes
As the Building Bridges Between Jail and Community-Based Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (Bridges) sites continue planning for implementation of multiple forms of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in their local jails and communities, it is important to identify data to collect that can inform implementation efforts, as well as measure performance and outcomes. This webinar presentation by BJA includes a discussion of the types of questions Bridges communities may want to answer about their projects as well as the performance measures that will be required for sites that may wish to pursue BJA funding, if available in the future. The discussion also includes identification of specific data elements from across the justice and health sectors that sites should consider collecting.
A PDF version of the slide deck from this webinar is also available.