The Resource Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013

Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013

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Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013
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Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013
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Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers is a multi-wave longitudinal study conducted between 2009 and 2013. The study goal was to measure the adoption and implementation of evidence-based treatment practices in treatment centers that received more than 50 percent of their total operational funding from sources that were not guaranteed from year to year. This definition is based on the concept of entrepreneurship, namely the necessity for the treatment organization to respond to changing conditions in the external political and economic environment in order to obtain half or more of its funding. The innovations considered are of three types usually specific to organizations treating substance use disorders: <list type="bulleted"> <itm>medication-assisted treatments</itm> <itm>psychosocial treatments</itm> <itm>managerial practices</itm> </list> This data set consists of one of the multiple "waves" of data collection. The data was collected at four points in time. The baseline data, collected from June 2009 through October 2011 from 327 treatment centers, were obtained through face-to-face onsite interviews ranging from 1 to 4 hours in duration. These interviews were conducted with administrators of the respective treatment centers. In 70 of the 327 treatment centers, an administrator of the overall center and the administrator of clinical operations separately completed administrative and clinical interviews. In the remaining 257 centers, all of the administrative and clinical data were collected from the administrator of the overall center since there was no specialized administrator of clinical operations. The baseline data available here merge the data collected through these two different procedures so that the variables measured are identical for all centers regardless of the procedure. The collected data include detailed information on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and other treatment strategies used by the center to treat opioid use disorder (OUD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD). In cases where medications were not used by a center questions were asked for reasons why available medications were not used in treatment. Other sections of the interviews covered data on the organizations, their management, and other clinical practices implemented for OUD, AUD, and substance use disorder (SUD). Three follow-up interviews were conducted via telephone at six month intervals following the previous interview. These follow-up interviews were much shorter compared to the baseline interview. The interviews centered on key changes in the center's operation and on the adoption of key innovations. But a focus of the follow-up interviews still focused on medications provided for treatment
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  • Roman, Paul M
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Aletraris, Lydia
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Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013
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  • 2009--2013
  • 37621
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Adoption of Innovations in Private Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in the United States [Restricted-Use], 2009-2013
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  • 2009--2013
  • 37621
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ICPSR37621.v1
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