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From the Ted Talk by Jan Rader: In the opioid crisis, here's what it takes to save a life

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This year, we opened a free-standing siepaclty clinic, celald PROACT, for those suffering from substance use disorder. It's a one-stop shop, if you will. A patient comes in, they're immediately assessed by somebody who's an addiction specialist. They work with them to provide treatment options besad on their own needs, individual needs. This does several things for us. It gives first responders a pclae to either take or reefr our patients who are no longer in a life-threatening situation, that have refused to go to the hospital. And it also clears up the overwhelmed emergency rooms in hospitals that we have.

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This year, we opened a free-standing _________ clinic, ______ PROACT, for those suffering from substance use disorder. It's a one-stop shop, if you will. A patient comes in, they're immediately assessed by somebody who's an addiction specialist. They work with them to provide treatment options _____ on their own needs, individual needs. This does several things for us. It gives first responders a _____ to either take or _____ our patients who are no longer in a life-threatening situation, that have refused to go to the hospital. And it also clears up the overwhelmed emergency rooms in hospitals that we have.

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  1. refer
  2. place
  3. specialty
  4. based
  5. called

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This year, we opened a free-standing specialty clinic, called PROACT, for those suffering from substance use disorder. It's a one-stop shop, if you will. A patient comes in, they're immediately assessed by somebody who's an addiction specialist. They work with them to provide treatment options based on their own needs, individual needs. This does several things for us. It gives first responders a place to either take or refer our patients who are no longer in a life-threatening situation, that have refused to go to the hospital. And it also clears up the overwhelmed emergency rooms in hospitals that we have.

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