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AHRQ Priority Topic: OPIOIDS

Deaths from drug overdoses have risen steadily over the past two decades and have become the leading cause of injury death in the United States. Prescription drugs, especially opioids, have been increasingly implicated in drug overdose deaths over the last decade. In response to recent increases in opioid-related morbidity, HHS has made addressing the opioid problem a priority. HHS is focused on implementing evidence-based approaches to reduce opioid overdoses and overdose-related mortality and the prevalence of opioid use disorder.

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2020 Opioids National Inpatient U.S. Map

MEPS Research Finding #45

Average Annual Morphine Milligram Equivalents (MMEs) of Outpatient Prescription Opioids and Share of Total MMEs among Elderly and Non-Elderly Adults in 2015-2016

Learn more about Opioid-related illness in the United States from the NHQDR.

  • Hospital inpatient stays involving opioid- related diagnoses per 100,000 population
  • Emergency department visits involving opioid-related diagnoses per 100,000 population
  • Drug overdose deaths involving any opioid per 100,000 resident population
  • Drug overdose deaths involving natural and semisynthetic opioids per 100,000 resident population
  • Drug overdose deaths involving other synthetic opioids (other than methadone) per 100,000 resident population

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