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HDHS 2017 report reveals progress but diligence needed
The 2017 Arizona Opioid Emergency Response Report has been released, and while significant progress has been made, there is still work to do towards reducing opioid deaths in Arizona.
This report highlights the emergency response actions taken over the past year since Governor Ducey issued his public health emergency declaration in response to the data in our 2016 Arizona Opioid Report. It provides data from two sources: the new real-time opioid surveillance system of suspected cases and the 2017 confirmed deaths and hospital discharge information.
You can read more here.